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Top US Attorney Talks Affordable Care Act in WisconsinSubmitted: 02/25/2013
Story By Associated Press

MILWAUKEE - A top US attorney returns to Wisconsin to talk about the Affordable Care Act. The former Solicitor General of the United States will speak in Milwaukee early next month.

Wisconsin native Paul Clement is returning to his home state. He'll talk about last year's constitutional challenges to the Affordable Care Act, and the unusual issues that brought before the Supreme Court.


Clement, argued that case on behalf of the states. He'll give insight about the unusual choices lawyers had to make to prepare and present the case and that affected the public's perception.

That event is March 4 at Marquette University.


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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 09/01/2015

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We'll have the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.

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RHINELANDER - September might not seem like the best time to plan your garden, but taking steps now can mean better results later.

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ONEIDA COUNTY - Drivers in Woodruff and Minocqua might want to avoid a popular shortcut soon. A several month long road project will start next week on County Highway J between Highways 51 and 47.

Last year, the intersection of County Highway J and Highway 51 was completely redone.

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GREEN BAY - Police now know more about a deadly crash and fire in Green Bay.

They've identified the two men who were found dead in a car after it crashed into a tire shop last week.

40 year old Rick Latour and 27 year old Shawn Schley, both of Green Bay, were found dead.

According to police, Latour was driving, and Schley was a passenger.

The tire shop was destroyed by a fire.

After it was put out, authorities found the car with two people inside.

Preliminary autopsy results show Latour and Schley died of injuries from the crash, not the fire.

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MADISON - A center hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is getting $20  million in National Science Foundation funding as it studies the effects of nanotechnology on the environment.

The five-year funding for the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology was announced Monday.  Nanotechnology deals with the manipulation of materials at a tiny scale.

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STEVENS POINT - Marijuana is still illegal in Wisconsin, but cities across the state slowly have been relaxing penalties against people caught with small amounts of the drug.

A Gannett Central Wisconsin Media review (http://spjour.nl/1FfQP0S ) found that nine of the state's 10 largest cities have decriminalized simple possession. Madison and Milwaukee were among the first cities in Wisconsin to reform their ordinances on marijuana.

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MADISON - A Madison police officer who killed an unarmed biracial man has returned to duty.

Matt Kenny shot Tony Robinson in an apartment house in March. Kenny said Robinson started punching him after he entered the building to investigate sounds of a disturbance. Witnesses said Robinson, who was high on mushrooms, had assaulted two people moments before the encounter.

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