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1:28 pm
Fri July 26, 2013

Singalongs and Arrests Continue for Third Day at State Capitol

Inside Wisconsin's State Capitol on Wednesday, July 24.
Credit David Crowley

The threat of arrest and $200 citations has not deterred protesters at Wisconsin's Capitol. This week, the Walker administration began cracking down on those without a permit.

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Environment
12:18 pm
Fri July 26, 2013

Protestors Take Aim at Palermo's Alleged Unsafe Working Conditions

Protestor captures attention briefly at Three Bridges Park opening ceremony.

Protestors worked up about Palermo's Pizza OSHA violations crash park opening celebration in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley.

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Environment
9:44 am
Fri July 26, 2013

Great Summer for State Elk Herd

Researchers report more elk calves were born this year in northern Wisconsin than at anytime since the animals were re-introduced to the state.

About three dozen elk calves were born this spring in northern Wisconsin.

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Economy & Business
9:25 am
Fri July 26, 2013

Ballplayers and Drugs: What Baseball Contracts Don't Say

Ryan Braun will not be back on the playing field for the remainder of this season.

Attorney Matt Mitten says Major League Baseball may seek some changes in its basic agreement with the players during the next set of negotiations with the players' union.

Some words that are omitted from major league baseball contracts offer up a seeming contradiction.

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Politics & Government
12:00 am
Fri July 26, 2013

Essay: Wisconsin at Tax Disadvantage Over Gay Marriage Laws

A gay couple gets married days after the Supreme Court struck down parts of the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Credit Mario Tama/Getty Images

Essayist Avi Lank weighs in on the Supreme Court's recent ruling on DOMA.

The US Supreme Court’s recent ruling on DOMA will have many far-reaching effects on our society. Essayist Avi Lank says not the least of those will be economic.

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