Let’s look at some of the different types of attacks that can be directed at your computer system.
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Before the state enacted the 70 mph speed limit on interstate highways in 2015, we suggested that officials monitor the results and provide a review within a year. In light of a Journal Sentinel article last week that showed fatalities, injuries and accidents spiked in the wake of the increase, we think that review is even more urgent.
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What do you think of Gov. Scott Walker and WisDOT’s recently released proposal for the 2017-19 transportation budget?Read More »
Fortunately for blue-collar workers in the U.S. and other wealthy countries around the world, the construction industry does not lend itself to outsourcing. Nor are robots likely to be found putting down pavement or putting up buildings anytime soon.Read More »
As a Milwaukee native who takes great pride in the city's sense of value, friendship and commitment to community, I am pleased to announce that the Department of Workforce Development will bring Job Center Services to specific Milwaukee neighborhoods through its Job Center Access Points.
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As summer draws to a close, the November elections will become the center of attention for many people in our state and country. They are sure to be a hot topic at Labor Day weekend celebrations. And, no disagreement here, the direction of our country is something that should be widely debated.Read More »