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Putin signs bill to suspend nuclear pact

Vladimir Isachenkov ASSOCIATED PRESS MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday signed a bill formally suspending the last remaining nuclear arms treaty with the United States, amid soaring tensions with Washington over Moscow’s action in Ukraine. Putin had declared a week ago in his state-of-the-nation address that Moscow was suspending its participation in the 2010 New START ... Subscribe ...

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Work for anti-abortion group issue in Wisconsin court race

The Republican-backed candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court provided legal advice to one of the state's leading anti-abortion groups, work that Wisconsin Right to Life and Dan Kelly have not detailed but that is being used against Kelly by his liberal opponent.

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Strand appointed to the PSC

Gov. Tony Evers has appointed Summer Strand to the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin. The appointment fills a vacancy created by the resignation of Ellen Nowak, effective March 1. The appointment is effective March 2 for a six-year term expiring in 2029.

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Tony Earl, former Wisconsin governor and staunch environmentalist, dies at 86

By SCOTT BAUER Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Tony Earl, a Democrat who served one term as Wisconsin's governor in the 1980s and later bemoaned the increasing partisanship in politics, has died. He was 86. Earl, a champion of gay rights and a staunch environmentalist, died on Thursday "peacefully surrounded by family," his daughter Julia Earl ... Subscribe Login ...

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Protasiewicz, Kelly advance in high court primary

Wisconsin Supreme Court Election

A liberal Milwaukee judge and a conservative former state Supreme Court justice won Tuesday's primary to face off in a pivotal Wisconsin Supreme Court race that will determine majority control with major issues looming.

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Judge OKs ballot measures for April election

A Wisconsin judge on Monday ruled that two Republican-backed measures can appear on the April ballot over the objections of criminal justice advocates who said elections officials had missed the state deadline.

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Supreme Court candidate Kelly worked for Republicans

One of the two conservative candidates for an open Wisconsin Supreme Court seat was paid by state and national Republicans to advise on election issues, including the plan to have fake GOP electors cast ballots for Donald Trump even though he lost the state.

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State of sports betting in the US (CHART)

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Security experts warn of foreign cyber threat to 2024 voting

Top state election and cybersecurity officials on Thursday warned about threats posed by Russia and other foreign adversaries ahead of the 2024 elections, noting that America's decentralized system of thousands of local voting jurisdictions creates a particular vulnerability.

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