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We Energies' plan meets needs

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has concluded that additional electric generating power plants are necessary to meet the continued growth in demand for electricity in southeastern Wisconsin. The commission's approval of two coal-fired power pla

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Employee background checks

Employers often hire job applicants with a criminal history. Often, when the criminal background of an employee is first discovered, it is in the context of an investigation into serious damage or litigation triggered by a now ex-employee.

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Local labor costs

Two Republicans are proposing major changes in public employee labor law, including allowing local government employers to contract out work without negotiating the issue. The plan would also restrict back pay awards and require new local government emplo

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Justice for all

The Stubenrauch Architects Inc., Appleton, and Door County are waiting for a Dec. 4 bid deadline to find out who will take on the general contracting duties for the $15 million Door County Justice Center project in Sturgeon Bay.

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