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MADISON, Wis. (AP) Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel has spent $10,000 on coins promoting his “kicking a every day” mantra. The acronym is short for “Kicking A Every Day,” Schimel’s motto for DOJ. The state seal appears on the coins.Records the newspaper obtained show the state Department of Justice paid nearly $10,000 in taxpayer dollars $4.75 each, plus other costs to Lexington Metal Products Corp. in Lithia, Fla., for two shipments of the commemorative coins, which they received over the past 1 1/2 years.DOJ spokesman Johnny Koremenos told the newspaper that challenge coins are common in military and police communities. Van Hollen purchased and handed out such coins.Editorial Note: WKOW has chosen to censor this story. The motto and the coins do contain the actual expletive we have chosen to censor.Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>Beloit PD seek Woodman’s hit and run suspectBeloit PD seek Woodman’s hit and run suspectBeloit Police are trying to identify a suspect in a hit and run that happened Saturday around 3:00 in the afternoon.Beloit Police are trying to identify a suspect in a hit and run that happened Saturday around 3:00 in the afternoon.Madison Police clock a car going 120+ mph on the BeltlineMadison Police clock a car going 120+ mph on the BeltlineCourtesy: Madison Police Dept.Courtesy: Madison Police Dept.Madison Police say a car was going more than 120mph on the Beltline early Saturday morning.Madison Police say a car was going more than 120mph on the Beltline early Saturday morning.One dead, three hospitalized after Cross Plains crashOne dead, three hospitalized after Cross Plains crashDane County officials say the driver of a Ford Taurus died Friday afternoon after his car collided with a Toyota Prius near Cross Plains.Dane County officials say the driver of a Ford Taurus died Friday afternoon after his car collided with a Toyota Prius near Cross Plains.Sen. Ron Johnson weighs in on DOJ announcement to ban bump stocksSen. Ron Johnson weighs in on DOJ announcement to ban bump stocksThe Trump administration is taking its first step on gun control. The Department of Justice (DOJ) formally submitted a new regulation Saturday to ban bump stocks, the modifications that can amp up a gun’s firing capability.The Trump administration is taking its first step on gun control. The Department of Justice (DOJ) formally submitted a new regulation Saturday to ban bump stocks, the modifications that can amp up a gun’s firing capability.
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