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CFT: Thursday offseason one-liners

Some links from around college football on a Thursday…  Is the Big 12 really as deep as Bob Stoops says it is? Urban Meyer calls new Wisconsin coach, and former assistant, Gary Andersen one of the best two or three hires he’s ever made. Would an O’Bannon victory be the end of non-revenue sports? Uh, Full story

Hoopla over hoops tricks

   Trampolines, water towers and 100 foot shots are among the bag of tricks these Wisconsin teens use in their basketball trick shot videos. WJFW's Hayley Tenpas reports.

CFT: Badger QB Tanner McEvoy victim of a mugging

Don’t worry, Tanner McEvoy; Montee Ball can more than likely — and literally – feel your Madison pain. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Wisconsin quarterback was the victim of what police have described as a strong-armed mugging early Sunday morning.  McEvoy’s wallet, watch and iPhon Full story

Wis. Revenue Department forecasts moderate growth

The Wisconsin Department of Revenue is forecasting that the state's economy will grow at a moderate pace this year, with 31,000 jobs added by the end of the year. Full story

Wis. governor signs investment capital bill

Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that will provide $25 million to startup companies in Wisconsin. Full story

Federal judge extends hold on Wisc. abortion requirement

A federal judge left in place a temporary block on new legislation that requires abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Full story

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Report: Canned sweet corn big business in Wis.

Federal judge temporarily blocks part of Wisconsin's new abortion law

Wis. DNR wants more info on mine sampling plan

Wisconsin court upholds parents' convictions in prayer death

One dead, thousands without power after storms hit U.S. Midwest

Source of Fungal Infection Outbreak a Mystery, CDC Says

Wisconsin lawmaker: Republicans use ‘Taliban’ tactics against women

Wisconsin lawmakers approve $68 billion state budget

3-D printing set to be this generation's 'Moon Shot' moment

Wisconsin's voter ID law constitutional, appeals court rules

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  Rep. Pocan: Why Congress must fix the Voting Rights Act

Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wisconsin, joins Martin Bashir to explain why Congress must fix the provision of the Voting Rights Act struck down by the Supreme Court

  War on women’s rights heads to Wisconsin

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has become the latest Republican to sign anti-choice legislation into law. Teri Huyck of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin and Salon’s Joan Walsh join to discuss the ramifications.

  Texas Democrats to tap power of an informed electorate

Rachel Maddow reports on a plan by Texas Democrats to visit towns with women's health centers that will close as a result of the state's Republican war on women to raise awareness among undecided voters of what Republicans are up to - a new tool in a growing set of options for Democratic minorities

  Wisconsin student suffers for Scott Walker pettiness

Rachel Maddow reports on the pettiness of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker and his state Republican colleagues who are retaliating against Wisconsinites who signed the petition for a vote to decide whether to recall Scott Walker by blocking nominations like, in one case, to the state Board of Regents

  Good morning Daily Rundown from Wisconsin!

Blain Bourdreau gives Thursday's #TDR.

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