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Local TV station sued for defamation

Retired Milwaukee police sergeant Mark D. Wagner Jr. is suing WKOW-TV for defamation after the station misidentified him as a similarly named retired Milwaukee officer.

Democrats call on GOP to consider gun safety measures

In the aftermath of the latest mass shooting, this time at a Texas elementary school, Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul is calling on the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature to take up gun safety measures that have failed to pass in previous legislative sessions.

Marquette poll: Supreme Court approval drops

A new Marquette Law School Poll national survey finds approval of the U.S. Supreme Court has taken a sharp downward turn, falling to 44%, with 55% disapproving how the Court is handling its job.

9 ways to improve your business website accessibility

While many businesses of all sizes have likely considered whether their physical operations and employment practices are Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant, one area they may have overlooked is their digital presence.

State adopts continuing education rule for investment reps

The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions’ (DFI) Division of Securities announced the publication in the Wisconsin Administrative Code of CR 21-057, creating an administrative rule that requires both state-registered and federal covered investment adviser representatives to complete annual continuing education.

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