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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Madison, Wisconsin Wisconsin connect v Quot Quot local discover digital compare the experience Levels of possible 2016 presidential candidates 2016oomp�m j-1rtrten ii Nti i in Iii i rat saturday March 21, 2015 a split decision Madison East Falls in the Dilt / semifinals but mount Horeb Al per reaches the d2 final spouts. I i i my w a a \ embezzler gets prison Tim Joyce Ziehli is sentenced to 2vt years in prison for stealing from new glarus Home local. Is is hanging on to key Oft iraqi troops disagree with Allied shiite militias on How to expel islamic state from Cikrit Mahon a would. A Federal ruling i Victory for planned parenthood state abortion Law rejected requiring Hospital admitting privileges is seen As restricting Access associated press a Federal judge on Friday struck Down a Wisconsin Law requiring doctors performing abortions to get Hospital admitting privileges ruling that any benefits to women a health from the requirement Are a substantially outweighed Quot by restricting women a Access to abortion. . District judge William Conley who earlier had put the Law on hold ruled that the 2013 Law is unconstitutional. He issued a permanent injunction blocking its enforcement. Planned parenthood and affiliated medical services had sued the state arguing the requirement will Force Amsz Milwaukee clinic to close because its doctors can to get admitting privileges. The groups argued that would amount to restricting Access to abortions in Wisconsin. State attorneys contended the mandate will ensure continuity of care for women hospitalized with abortion complications. In his ruling Conley wrote that the a marginal Benefit to women a health by requiring Hospital admitting privileges a is substantially outweighed by the Burden this requirement will have on women a health outcomes due to restricted Access to abortions in Quot while the court agrees with the state that sometimes it is necessary to reduce Access to ensure safety this is decidedly not one of those instances a Conley wrote. A in particular the state has failed to meet its Burden of demonstrating through credible evidence a link Between the admitting privileges requirement and a legitimate health in a statement planned parenthood and the american civil liberties Union noted that Only four health centers provide abortions in Wisconsin of the Law took effect the groups said the largest of those centers would be forced to close immediately and the remaining three a will not be Able to absorb the unmet a politicians not doctors crafted this Law for the sole purpose of shutting Down women a please see stat Page a3 Charlie Neibergall associated press University of Wisconsin Center Frank Kaminsky and his teammates cheer from the Bench during the first half of Friday s Mcaa West regional game against coastal Carolina in Omaha neb. Kaminsky had 27 Points and 12 rebounds for his 12th double double of the season As the top seeded badgers coasted to an 86-72 win. Us next plays at 6 45 . Sunday against eighth seeded Oregon which beat ninth seeded Oklahoma state 79-73. Story in sports i badgers a of in Mcaa opener mosque attacks is affiliate takes credit 137 dead obituary i Robert w. Kastenmeier 91 a a Model of Public service Dennis Punzel , 608-252-6179 Robert w. A a bobs Kasten Meier who represented Wisconsin a 2nd District in Congress for 32 years died Friday at his Home in Arlington Virginia at the age of 91. Kastenmeier a Democrat who served in Congress from 1959 to 1991, was recalled fondly by Many for his years of Public service and for his personal character. A a bobs a commitment to civil liberties and civility in politics was one of my earliest inspirations a said former . Sen. Russ Feingold. A the will be deeply missed As a Model of Public service and As a Kastenmeier was perhaps Best known nationally for his Early and strident opposition to . Involvement in the Vietnam War. . Sen. Tammy Baldwin a Wisconsin held the same seat As Kastenmeier before being elected to the Senate in 2012. A Bob was a dedicated Public servant who was a Strong voice for Wisconsin s proud progressive values and traditions a Baldwin said. A in Congress he was a Leader in opposing the Vietnam War and a Strong advocate for the research funding at us Madison. A i take great Pride in having walked in his footstep representing the 2nd congressional District. His Public service is an inspiration to me today and Iris optimistic spirit will live on in me and other elected officials who were touched by his life a former gov. Jim Doyle recalled that it was his father James sr., who got Kastenmeier please see obituary Page a3 state journal archives Bob Kastenmeier died Friday at 9i. He represented Wisconsin a 2nd District in Congress from 1959-91. Walker senses a Good vibe for making run Matthew Defour , 608-252-6144 Charleston . Wrapping up the first of what Are sine to be multiple trips to South Carolina this year gov. Scott Walker said he has t heard the Call to run for president yet a but there a a Good vibe out Walker has now visited the first three states of the 2016 presidential nominating Cycle including multiple trips to Iowa and his first visit to new Hampshire last weekend. Earlier this year he said he would run for president Only if he Felt called to do so. A people Are excited a Walker said Friday during a Brief interview with the state journal Iii Rock Hill South Carolina. A they know our Story they re looking for leadership and i think they appreciate what we be done in Walker dismissed a recent poll showing his approval level in the state dropping to its lowest level since the 2011 protests against his collective bargaining changes. A you see that consistently please see Walker Page a2 in Yemen bombings Ahmed Al Haj associated press Aden Yemen suicide bombers attacked a pair of mosques Friday in the yemeni capital unleashing monstrous blasts that ripped through worshippers and killed 137 people in the deadliest assault yet targeting Shute rebels w to have taken Over Large parts of the rapidly fragmenting nation. At least 13 children were among the dead. A purported affiliate of the islamic state group claimed responsibility for the bombings which also wounded 357 people a raising the alarming possibility the extremist group has expanded its presence to Yemen after already setting up a Branch in Libya. Earlier this week the group claimed responsibility for a bloody attack on Western tourists in Tunisia that authorities said was carried out by militants trained in Libya. Of the claim is True and the . Expressed scepticism fridays attacks w Ould be the first by the islamic state group in Yemen add please see Yemen Page As us men s hockey Alvarez poor season wont Cost coach Andy Baggot . 608-252-6175 the w Orst season in University of Wisconsin menus hockey history wont Cost coach Mike eaves his Job. Us athletic director Barry Alvarez said he so very comfortable in saving eaves will return for his 14th season As coach a if he chooses to be but Alvarez made it Clear the current state of the team is a a unacceptable and eaves will have to a tear that program apart and sit Down and explain How we get that Back on Alvarez spoke before the bad please see hockey Page a6 eaves weather. B4 mostly sunny cooler. High 49, Low 25 business comics nation world cd c6 a4 obituaries opinion sports b3 take five a7 television i Wasj legals is c8 c3 82550 to to c joi1. Wisconsin Sim loom

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