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Gov. Tony Evers proposes $109 million for UW-Eau Claire building

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MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers wants to spend $109 million to help University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire officials replace their science building.

Evers announced Thursday he’ll include the funding in his capital budget proposal.

The money would go to help UW-Eau Claire replace Phillips Hall with a new science and health sciences building. The project is a collaboration with Mayo Clinic. The clinic’s researchers would work alongside UW-Eau Claire students and faculty.

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