Sen. Rob Cowles, R-Green Bay, started a recent hearing by saying his bill to overhaul rules on high-capacity wells balances regulatory certainty and resource protection.
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Gov. Scott Walker wants lawmakers to authorize the state to borrow $150 million this year because — surprise, surprise — there's not enough money to pay for all the road projects and maintenance needed in Wisconsin. So borrowing is OK but it's not OK to raise more money from taxpayers or find more sustainable revenue sources for transportation. And this is fiscally responsible how?Read More »
Impatient drivers appear to be causing problems where a new four-lane bridge is being built over the Saint Croix River between Wisconsin and Minnesota. According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, warning signs and barricades have been moved, where workers are preparing for two roads that align to the bridge crossing: http://bit.ly/1haVStpRead More »
Question: “Do you think the construction industry will be able to mitigate the current labor shortage in the next year or two?”Read More »
In a previous article on commercial general liability, I discussed whether faulty workmanship alone can constitute an “occurrence” under a standard CGL policy. Assuming there has been an “occurrence,” this article will discuss whether the “your work” exclusion bars coverage for a contractor’s faulty workmanship.Read More »
With the start of the new school year, high school students are no doubt already starting to think about what they want to do after graduation.Read More »