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Sweet deal

Sweet deal By Matt Pommer March 11, 2002 Matt Pommer State employees have accumulated more than five million days of sick leave. That’s 40 million hours of leave than can be used for illnesses — or converted to pay for ...

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Beck rights update

Beck rights updates By John D. Finerty Jr. of Palmer & Finerty, S.C. March 8, 2002 John D. Finerty Jr. Palmer & Finerty, S.C. In the ongoing battle between organized labor and right-to-work advocates, the Bush administration reaffirmed its support ...

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Healthy debate

Mentioned in this Article The Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers National Electrical Contractors Association Representatives Rep. Lee Meyerhofer, D-Kaukauna Contact Resources Send an e-mail

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Election Excitement

Election Excitement By Matt Pommer March 4, 2002 Matt Pommer Green Bay Mayor Paul Jadin, who heads the Alliance of Cities, is making noise about running for the Republican nomination for governor in the September primary. He and his fellow ...

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Discrimination complaints rise as economy falls

Discrimination complaints rise as economy falls By John D. Finerty Jr. of Palmer & Finerty, S.C. March 1, 2002 John D. Finerty Jr. Palmer & Finerty, S.C. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently released statistics on discrimination complaints filed ...

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