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Alonzo Cushing was a true American hero who died in the Battle of Gettysburg.
Two cabinet secretaries were in Wisconsin Wednesday to highlight importance of agriculture education and college affordability.
Children can be covered under family health insurance policies until they turn 26 years old.
Bill funds highway, public transit and safety programs for the next two years.
Vietnam veteran helps members of the military transition into civilian life and launch their own business.
A number of scams target people who depend on Social Security benefits.
Every police officer should have a bulletproof vest.
Alzheimer’s disease remains a growing national crisis that we must fully commit to addressing.
Some Wisconsin National Guard members have not received compensation they earned after returning home from overseas.
Senator says a lot of progress was made in the past year.
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