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Local legislators focus on jobs, bipartisanship

10:42 PM, Jan. 19, 2013
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From bipartisan efforts to end late-night debates in the Assembly to a rematch on a highly debated mining bill, central Wisconsin legislators say they have an ambitious agenda for the new session.

Despite contentious debate during past sessions about the state budget and collective bargaining rules for public employees, both sides are trying to focus on overcoming their differences and helping to foster job creation in the state, said Assembly Majority Leader Scott Suder, R-Abbotsford.

"We're hoping to have a very productive bipartisan session," said Suder, who represents about ...

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