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What you need to know: State legislature in session

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The Wisconsin State Assembly and State Senate are in session Tuesday and taking up numerous newsworthy issues.

Senate committee discusses Common Core changes

Final report to be submitted incorporating ideas of committee members

Wisconsin state senators looking into the Common Core academic standards in Wisconsin are discussing possible changes, but not voting on specific recommendations.

Legislature moving quickly on chief justice change

Legislature moving quickly on constitutional amendment changing how chief justice selected

The Legislature is moving quickly on a proposed constitutional amendment would change the way that the Supreme Court chief justice is selected.

Legislature moving quickly on chief justice change

Legislature moving quickly on constitutional amendment changing how chief justice selected

The Legislature is moving quickly on a proposed constitutional amendment would change the way that the Supreme Court chief justice is selected.

Legislature moving quickly on chief justice change

Legislature moving quickly on constitutional amendment changing how chief justice selected

The Legislature is moving quickly on a proposed constitutional amendment would change the way that the Supreme Court chief justice is selected.

Walker to announce new jobs bills

7 bills to be introduced

Gov. Scott Walker will be announcing a package of seven bills aimed at boosting workforce development in the state, WISC-TV has learned.

Raw milk debate reignited in Legislature

Raw milk debate reignited in Legislature with bipartisan bill to legalize sales

Proponents of legalizing the sales of raw milk in Wisconsin are trying to convince the Legislature to loosen restrictions in "America's Dairyland."

Raw milk debate reignited in Legislature

Raw milk debate reignited in Legislature with bipartisan bill to legalize sales

Proponents of legalizing the sales of raw milk in Wisconsin are trying to convince the Legislature to loosen restrictions in "America's Dairyland."

Raw milk debate reignited in Legislature

Raw milk debate reignited in Legislature with bipartisan bill to legalize sales

Proponents of legalizing the sales of raw milk in Wisconsin are trying to convince the Legislature to loosen restrictions in "America's Dairyland."

Raw milk debate reignited in Legislature

Raw milk debate reignited in Legislature with bipartisan bill to legalize sales

Proponents of legalizing the sales of raw milk in Wisconsin are trying to convince the Legislature to loosen restrictions in "America's Dairyland."

Legislators want to send drunken driving message

Legislators say 3 drunken driving bills designed to send message

Two Republican lawmakers pushing to toughen Wisconsin's notoriously weak drunken driving penalties say it's long past time to take action to deter repeat offenders.

Legislators want to send drunken driving message

Legislators say 3 drunken driving bills designed to send message

Two Republican lawmakers pushing to toughen Wisconsin's notoriously weak drunken driving penalties say it's long past time to take action to deter repeat offenders.

Legislators want to send drunken driving message

Legislators say 3 drunken driving bills designed to send message

Two Republican lawmakers pushing to toughen Wisconsin's notoriously weak drunken driving penalties say it's long past time to take action to deter repeat offenders.

Lawmaker doesn't want families helping suspects

Wis. lawmaker wants to make it a felony for anyone to help criminal suspects

At least one Wisconsin lawmaker wants to make it a felony for family members of criminal suspects to help their relatives.

Lawmaker doesn't want families helping suspects

Wis. lawmaker wants to make it a felony for anyone to help criminal suspects

At least one Wisconsin lawmaker wants to make it a felony for family members of criminal suspects to help their relatives.

Lawmaker doesn't want families helping suspects

Wis. lawmaker wants to make it a felony for anyone to help criminal suspects

At least one Wisconsin lawmaker wants to make it a felony for family members of criminal suspects to help their relatives.

Walker praises passage of state budget

No word on what the governor may veto yet

Gov. Scott Walker is praising the Legislature's passage of the state budget, but still not saying what he may veto.