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Piping up

Bill Hite, United Association assistant general president, cuts a length of pipe to dedicate the new Union Hall and Training Center for the Fox River Valley U.A. Local 400 of Plumbers and Steamfitters on Saturday.

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Supply, demand and prices

One economic truism goes like this: If you decrease the price, you get more; if you increase the price, you get less. The relationships between supply, demand and prices is quite simple in a relatively free market. Supply will equal demand over a reasonab

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Political future

Rarely can the political issues of the next election be seen far in advance, but the Republican adoption of a state-ordered property tax freeze has changed that tradition.

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Medical College remains neutral

As a follow-up to The Daily Reporter's Aug. 22 article on the Medical College of Wisconsin's position on coal energy, I wish to add mention that the Medical College of Wisconsin fully endorses increased capacity for electrical power in Wisconsin. As a pri

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Maintaining a safe workplace

Not long ago, the families of two men killed when a fired worker went on a shooting rampage won a $7.9 million verdict from a jury that found the company negligent in protecting them. The jury awarded $3.9 million to the family of Gerald Allman and $4 mil

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Powering up

Gov. Jim Doyle made a wise move this week when he directed the Public Service Commission and state Department of Natural Resources to devise policies to streamline electric transmission and generation construction.

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