The comparison of lawmaking to sausage making is usually unfair… to the butcher. With Republicans controlling the governor’s office and both legislative houses, the 2017-2019 Wisconsin state budget was expected to be approved quickly. However, the governor, Senate Republicans, and ...Read More »
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will begin testing an autonomous bus this fall and plans to have a public demonstration of the vehicles’ capabilities during the week leading up to next year’s Super Bowl, which will be held on Feb. 4 in Minneapolis.
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Those who know the history of Wisconsin’s Worker’s Compensation system often talk of the “Grand Bargain” reached in 1911, when the state created the country’s first constitutional worker’s comp system. Workers gave up the right to sue for negligence while ...Read More »
This is a response to recent news of MillerCoors’ threat to demolish the heart of the former Gettelman Brewery on West State Street. I write as an architectural historian whose primary interest has, for many years, been the architectural history of pre-Prohibition ...Read More »
Many thanks to the Daily Reporter for highlighting the tremendous opportunities available to Wisconsin's construction industry by organizing the "Foxconn — Constructing a New Wisconsin" panel discussion on August 23 in Racine.Read More »
As the Minnesota Vikings prepare for their second season at U.S. Bank Stadium, the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority and its project team are still repairing the building’s exterior panels in at least a half-dozen spots.Read More »