Lawmakers have given preliminary approval to a bill that would prevent state officials from requiring that more than one journeyman supervise any one apprentice entering the trades. Journeyman-to-apprentice ratios now vary by trade. For carpenters, for example, the mandatory ratio is one-to-one when there ...Read More »
Hundreds of people flooded the Wisconsin Capitol on Thursday to oppose legislation targeting "sanctuary cities," as state Republicans align with President Donald Trump's attempts to crack down on local laws aimed at protecting immigrants who are illegally living in the U.S.
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Enbridge Energy disputed a state agency's recommendation against the company's proposal for replacing its Line 3 oil pipeline across northern Minnesota, insisting in filings Wednesday that the project is needed to ensure adequate crude supplies for Minnesota and other Midwestern refineries for decades to come.Read More »
The Daily Reporter honored its 2017 Newsmakers of the Year on Wednesday at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee. Nearly 325 construction industry professionals were in attendance to honor 32 Newsmakers.Read More »