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Bad news

Bad news By Matt Pommer Nov. 4, 2002 Matt Pommer There’s plenty of bad news awaiting the winners of Wisconsin elections. First there are the newly released state’s financial results for the 2001-2002 fiscal year. It showed the state, which ...

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The bidding world turns

A well-meaning business group chided the Miller Park stadium district for not competitively bidding its legal services contracts, even though it is not legally required to do so. The Milwaukee-based group, the National Association of Women Owned Law Firms

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Constructive Comments

Constructive Comments By Dick Snow Oct. 31, 2002 Merciful end in sight for campaigns Dick Snow While the 2002 political campaigns wind down for next Tuesday’s elections and hindsight kicks in, we submit the campaigns waged have been the worst ...

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Bygones By Donald Croysdale Oct. 29, 2002 Donald Croysdale Executive Director ASA of Greater Milwaukee One of my favorite TV characters was attorney Richard Fish on Ally McBeal. As the managing partner, Fish had an opinion on practically everything. His ...

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No magic bullet

No magic bullet By Matt Pommer Oct. 28, 2002 Matt Pommer The proposed McCallum amendment to the state Constitution clearly isn’t a magic bullet for the state’s financial mess. In a final drive to stay in office, Gov. Scott McCallum ...

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Supreme Court asked to review PLA order

Supreme Court asked to review PLA order By Paul E. Prentiss Oct. 25, 2002 Paul E. Prentiss Michael Best & Friedrich LLP Last February, President Bush issued an executive order providing that the government may neither require nor prohibit project-labor ...

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