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updated 3:35 PM UTC, Mar 19, 2019

Republican members of a Wisconsin Senate committee say they are divided on Governor Tony Evers' nominee for a cabinet position. Dawn Crim offered testimony at the Capitol Wednesday. Crim was charged with felony child abuse 14 years ago when she jabbed h

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Republican members of a Wisconsin Senate committee say they are divided on Governor Tony Evers' nominee for a cabinet position. 

Dawn Crim offered testimony at the Capitol Wednesday.  Crim was charged with felony child abuse 14 years ago when she jabbed her five-year-old son's hand with a pen, but she was never convicted.  Crim defended her character and credentials before the committee members.  She is Evers' choice to head the state Department of Safety and Professional Services.

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