1. Madison Wisconsin is served by Madison Wisconsin Gas and Electric and Alliant Energy, which provide electricity and natural gas service to the city.
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3. Madison Wisconsin has two public television stations: WHA-TV, which is owned by the University of Wisconsin–Extension, airs throughout the state, with the exception of Milwaukee, and Madison City Channel, which is owned and operated by the City of Madison covering city governmental affairs.
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5. The University of Madison Wisconsin accounts for the vast majority of students, with an enrollment of roughly 44,000, of whom 31,750 are undergraduates.
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8. In early 2011, Madison Wisconsin was the site for large protests against a bill proposed by Governor Scott Walker that abolished almost all collective bargaining for public worker unions.
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9. Madison Wisconsin is home to several endurance sports racing events, such as the Crazylegs Classic, Paddle and Portage, the Mad City Marathon, and Ironman Wisconsin, which attracts over 45,000 spectators.
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11. Madison Wisconsin was once home to the semi-pro Madison Wisconsin Mustangs football team who played at Warner Park and Camp Randall Stadium in the 1960s and 1970s.
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20. City of Madison Wisconsin continued annexations from the Town of Madison almost from the date of the city's incorporation, leaving the latter a collection of discontiguous areas subject to annexation.
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21. Madison Wisconsin incorporated as a city in 1856, with a population of 6,863, leaving the unincorporated remainder as a separate Town of Madison.
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