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Capital W: The state of the state is … still divided

In another sign of the times, Gov. Tony Evers gave his annual state of the state address by video this week, while Assembly Speaker Robin Vos gave a rebuttal from the dais where Evers would typically speak, complete with applause lines from GOP allies. The topsy-turvy visual highlighted the power struggle that will continue to grip the Capitol as the budget looms and Vos digs in against a Senate GOP/Evers compromise COVID-19 bill.

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Tony Evers calls for unemployment overhaul, redistricting transparency in State of the State

Evers also wants a $200 million investment in broadband in the next budget.

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