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Here is the latest Wisconsin news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. CST

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Forecasters say a snowstorm could make Thanksgiving travel a mess in southern Minnesota, western Wisconsin and other parts of the Upper Midwest. At least 6 inches of snow is expected to begin falling Tuesday afternoon south of Interstate 94, followed by strong winds on Wednesday. Minneapolis-St. Paul could see its biggest November snowfall since 2010. Northwestern Wisconsin could be hit by 8-12 inches or more of snow.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has signed a bill that requires developers to purchase wetland mitigation credits within the watershed they’re impacting. The Department of Natural Resources requires creation or preservation of other wetlands as a condition for permits allowing wetland development. Right now builders can satisfy that condtion by buying credits from a mitigation bank anywhere in Wisconsin. The Republican-authored bill requires builders buy credits from banks in impacted watersheds.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Tony Evers has signed a bill into law that allows children to legally run lemonade stands. Evers signed the bill Monday. It allows anyone under age 18 to run lemonade stands on private property without a permit and without fear of running afoul of the law, which has happened in some states. The bill would limit sales to $2,000 of lemonade a year, however. That translates to 8,000 cups at 25 cents each.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The remaining 200 or so soldiers from a Wisconsin Army National Guard’s Red Arrow infantry group have returned home from Afghanistan. About 400 soldiers from the Red Arrow’s 2nd Battalion, 127th Infantry were deployed to Afghanistan late last year to provide protection for U.S. advisers, contractors and Afghan troops.

Associated Press

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