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MADISON, Wis. _ A paralyzed Democratic Wisconsin state lawmaker who asked to be able to phone in for committee meetings said he will be forced to vote Thursday against the very accommodations he requested because of other provisions Republicans who control the Assembly included. By Scott Bauer. SENT: 635 words, photos.
WASHINGTON _ The Trump administration is expected to announce changes in rules on lead-pipe contamination in drinking water, after crises in Flint, Mich., Newark, N.J., and elsewhere. An administration official was announcing the changes at an event in Green Bay. By Ellen Knickmeyer. Following 2 p.m. ET announcement.
UW-MADISON-VET SCHOOL, INSURANCE OPTIONS, DEPUTY SHOOTING-LINCOLN COUNTY, WISCONSIN ASSEMBLY VOTES, FIGHTER JETS-MADISON, POLICE DEATHS-INSURANCE, OFFICER SHOT-BOND, GRAND CHUTE DEATHS
Whether you look at traditional or advanced stats, there are several Big Ten teams near the top of the FBS in defensive performance this season. Does that mean Michigan's 10-3 victory over Iowa last weekend was a sign of things to come, or will powerful offenses like Ohio State's and Penn State's be able to impose their will eventually? By Noah Trister. 750 words, photos by 3 p.m. ET.
BIG TEN-THIS WEEK
No. 10 Penn State enters the meat of its schedule against a 17th-ranked Iowa team that has given the Nittany Lions fits the last two years. By College Football Writer Eric Olson. 550 words, photos.
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