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    Herrin Baskin and Imke Niehues of Racine; Richard Bergmann and Ellen Sanfelippo of Mount Pleasant; Joseph Duffek III of Waterford and Heather Foreman-Urick of Caledonia; Jermaine Franklin and Lekisha Hood of Racine; Zachary Lampert and Samantha Hillman of Racine; Kevin MacPhail of Caledonia …

      Justin Blake and Sara Albee of Waterford; John Burgess of Caledonia and Barbara Burks of Mount Pleasant; Louis Danko and Tara Felton of Racine; Hunter Diaz and Jennifer Stiltner of Waterford; Devin Haake and Amy Graichen of Sturtevant; Paul Haluzak of Burlington and Karri Lackey of Yorkville…

        Madeline Rose Fell became the bride of Nathaniel James Smith Sept. 15. Mitch Buenger and the Rev. Javier Guativa officiated during the 3 p.m. ceremony at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside Upper Main Place in Somers.

          The Farm at Dover in Kansasville was the setting Oct. 20 when Shana Mikulance and Jeremy Bronner were united in marriage. Martin Keck, friend of the couple, officiated during the 3:30 p.m. ceremony.

            Ryan Amann and Hannah Shuler of Cedar Falls; Jesse Ayala and Sabrina De La Torre of Racine; Ian Ballantyne and Cecilia Aus Dem Bruch of Racine; Jesse Bourassa and Alyssa Bencs of Racine; Kevin Nation and Melissa Pearce of Waterford; Jacob Otter of Burlington and Rachel Rank of Union Grove; D…

              Roma Lodge was the setting Aug. 11 when Ashley Fidler and Andrew McArthur were married. Charles Mazurek (bride’s uncle) officiated during the 3 p.m. ceremony.

                Benjamin Bengston and Amanda Norman of Mount Pleasant; Matthew Boster of Norway and Megan Stephenson of Greendale; Sean Carolan and Brittni Huckstorf of Caledonia; Breck Deering-Havemann and Paige Long of Union Grove; Jacob Fuerstenau and Anna Kloskey of Racine; Stephen Gebeck and Jill Balia…

                The U.S. abortion debate is shifting to funding as states take control of policymaking. Liberal cities and states are funding efforts to provide access to abortion, while Republican-led states are seeking new ways to financially support anti-abortion centers. Just months after Kansas voters affirmed abortion rights in August, the state's Republican-controlled Legislature is considering millions of dollars in state funds for such centers and millions more in income tax credits to their donors. Supporters say the effort to financially support the centers shows the anti-abortion movement is addressing the social and financial needs of women and families. Critics say the efforts fall short of what’s necessary.

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