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MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Republicans say they are disappointed with Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ priorities as outlined in his first State of the State speech. Evers touted his plans for cutting income taxes for the middle class, raising spending on K-12 schools and expanding Medicaid. Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says he was disappointed with the speech, saying “he spent a lot of money and I don’t even know where the revenue’s coming from for some of these proposals.”

MILWAUKEE (AP) – The home of the Milwaukee Brewers will no longer be known as Miller Park after next year. American Family Insurance will take over the naming rights to the stadium in 2021 under a 15-year agreement. The exact name of the stadium has not been chosen yet. MillerCoors holds the naming rights through the 2020 season.

MILWAUKEE (AP) – Schools closed early as a major winter storm approached Wisconsin with projections of up to a foot of snow in some areas followed by a plunge into single-digit high temperatures. While some districts sent students home for the afternoon, others canceled classes altogether Tuesday, including Platteville, Portage, Baraboo, Prairie du Chien and Wisconsin Dells.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Republican leaders in the state Assembly aren’t happy with Democratic Gov. Tony Evers saying legalizing medical marijuana could start the process for full legalization. Evers said last week he would probably include a “first step” toward legalizing medical marijuana.

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