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Vos says state Assembly will be more conservative

Republicans hold 60-39 majority in Assembly, expected to hold that following the Nov. 4 election

Wisconsin state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said the Assembly will be more conservative as a result of Tuesday's primary election.

Assembly GOP removes, replaces majority leader

Rep. Steineke says he witnesses Kramer harass lobbyist, inappropriately touch staffer

Assembly Republicans have stripped a leader of his post after members of his caucus say they witnessed him sexually harassing two women. They then voted to replace him for the remainder of the session.

GOP in key states tries to slow anti-abortion push

Republican leaders fear voter backlash

The anti-abortion movement won approval of tough new abortion restrictions in many Republican states this year, but the effort is running into resistance in the Midwest and in some southern border states.

GOP in key states tries to slow anti-abortion push

Republican leaders fear voter backlash

The anti-abortion movement won approval of tough new abortion restrictions in many Republican states this year, but the effort is running into resistance in the Midwest and in some southern border states.

GOP in key states tries to slow anti-abortion push

Republican leaders fear voter backlash

The anti-abortion movement won approval of tough new abortion restrictions in many Republican states this year, but the effort is running into resistance in the Midwest and in some southern border states.

GOP move gives state more control on construction

Dems. say move takes away more local control

Democrats say a move to standardize erosion control rules for commercial construction sites is simply another Republican effort to take away local authorities' power.

Committee approves new 15-mile residency rule

Only police, fire, emergency workers would fall under requirement

Only police, fire and emergency workers could be required to live within 15 miles of the city or county where they work under a provision added to the state budget.

Vos, Fitzgerald tout mining bill at GOP convention

Leaders also promise passage of other Republican priorities

Republican legislative leaders at the state party convention are touting passage of a bill designed to make it easier to open an iron ore mine in northern Wisconsin and promising to cut taxes.

Republicans gather for state convention

Chairman: GOP to fight 'tooth and nail' to make gains in '14

Wisconsin Republican Party chairman Brad Courtney says he understands why many were disappointed following the 2012 election, but he says the GOP will be "fighting tooth and nail" to make gains next year.

Federal court orders more access to GOP computers

GOP lawmakers have repeatedly tried to block releasing redistricting documents

A federal court has given groups suing the state broad access to computers used by the Republican-controlled Legislature to redraw political boundaries in 2011.

Fitzgerald opposes new tax on iron mine

Tonnage tax would be based amount of ore extracted

The state Senate's top Republican says he's against imposing a so-called tonnage tax on a company looking to open an iron mine in far northwestern Wisconsin.

Republican Farrow to be sworn in next week

Pewaukee resident in early to fill vacancy

Republican state Rep. Paul Farrow of Pewaukee is scheduled to be sworn in as a state senator on Dec. 14 after winning an uncontested special election for an open seat.

Republican Farrow to be sworn in next week

Pewaukee resident in early to fill vacancy

Republican state Rep. Paul Farrow of Pewaukee is scheduled to be sworn in as a state senator on Dec. 14 after winning an uncontested special election for an open seat.

Report: Walker campaign, GOP hired probe defendant

Rindfleisch to be sentenced Monday

A court document says a former aide to Gov. Scott Walker who pleaded guilty to felony misconduct in office has been on the payroll of Walker's campaign and the Wisconsin Republican Party.

Report: Walker campaign, GOP hired probe defendant

Rindfleisch to be sentenced Monday

A court document says a former aide to Gov. Scott Walker who pleaded guilty to felony misconduct in office has been on the payroll of Walker's campaign and the Wisconsin Republican Party.