Is right to work old news in Wisconsin? After all, it was more than two years ago – on March 9, 2015, to be exact – that Gov. Scott Walker signed a law making Wisconsin the country’s then 25th right-to-work ...Read More »
Whatever happened to Gov. Scott Walker's criteria for expanding tribal gaming in Wisconsin? And why isn't his administration considering those criteria in the fight between the Ho-Chunk Nation and the Stockbridge-Munsee Community over Ho-Chunk plans to expand its gambling operations?Read More »
Throughout Wisconsin’s legislative districts, my colleagues and I are getting the same message from employers: Don’t bring family-supporting, skilled jobs here – we can’t find enough workers to fill the openings we already have. Employers tell me how much they’re ...Read More »
Question: What ways have you seen or heard of the industry putting new technology to use?Read More »
Assemblyman Jesse Kremer took aim at The American Legion in The Daily Reporter recently and claimed that our organization had somehow forgotten its mission by speaking out on behalf of veterans.Read More »
In 2011, the Republican-majority state Legislature passed bills, which Gov. Scott Walker then signed into law, that made cuts to revenue caps for school districts, greatly reduced state aid to those districts and mandated that any expenditure over the revenue cap must be approved by a referendum.
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I was blown away when I opened a recent letter from my own Wisconsin American Legion. The topic? If legislators don’t act, 2,000 Wisconsin construction jobs held by veterans and $113 million in wages will be lost and 200 more ...Read More »