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Tuesday, May 24, 2022


Business mogul Donald Trump (top left) and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders (bottom right) claimed decisive victories in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday.

Sanders, Trump take New Hampshire in Tuesday primary

After weeks of campaigning, voters in New Hampshire will decide who they think should be the Democrat and Republican presidential nominees. With most polls closing in under a half hour, follow the Daily Cardinal's live blog throughout the night for updates on both races.

Gov. Scott Walker signed over 20 bills into law Thursday, including measures that allow hunters to wear pink and reform the foster care system.

Gov. Scott Walker signs host of bills into law

Gov. Scott Walker signed 21 new bills into law Thursday at the state Capitol, covering issues ranging from children in the foster care system, criminal penalties and transportation. The most prominent bill is one allowing hunters to wear blaze pink in addition to traditional colors like hunter orange and blaze orange, authored by state Rep. Nick Milroy, D-South Range, and state Sen. Terry Moulton, R-Chippewa Falls.

U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Wis., announced Sunday he will not seek re-election, creating the question among state and local politicians of who will replace him.

Congressman Reid Ribble declines to seek re-election

U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Wis., announced Sunday he would not seek re-election, prompting a scramble among state and local politicians who could vie to replace the three-term congressman. The 60-year-old Sherwood resident defeated Democratic incumbent Steve Kagen in 2010 to win the seat.

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