Revamped Wisconsin.gov website rolled out

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A popular, state web portal is getting a new look.

Gov. Scott Walker says the Wisconsin.gov website is re-designed and features a mobile-responsive design. The site presents key online state services and apps along with interactive maps.

Walker says "Visitors and residents can discover all Wisconsin has to offer in an easy to navigate, interactive design while on the go."

The state portal was last redesigned in 2014.



 
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