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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin elections officials failed to reach a consensus Friday on how to handle Republican lawmakers' demands that they either withdraw guidance on absentee ballot drop boxes or quickly publish formal rules, opening the door to yet another legal battle.

As reported by, Gov. Tony Evers called for using $1.7 billion of the state's projected surplus to provide a tax rebate of $150 for each Wisconsin resident and pump millions more into education. The announcement follows Legislative Fiscal Bureau projecting the state will finis…

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