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Reform dies

Reform dies By Matt Pommer Feb. 11, 2002 Matt Pommer Chances of meaningful campaign finance reform in Wisconsin now range between slim and none. Republican Gov. Scott McCallum is refusing to promise he wouldn’t use his partial veto power to ...

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Powering down

Despite the recession and its ongoing threat to the welfare of construction, the building industry has held a $7 billion ace in the hole. Industry leaders knew all along that whatever hits construction took, builders always had Wisconsin Energy's Power th

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ABC Training Center opens doors

ABC Training Center opens doors By Matt McClone Feb. 6, 2002 Matt McClone Marketing Coordinator ABC of Wisconsin After much anticipation and even more support from Associated Builders and Contractors members, the ABC Training Center opened its doors for use ...

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AGC of Wisconsin endorses McCallum

AGC of Wisconsin endorses McCallum By Jim Boullion Feb. 6, 2002 Jim Boullion Government Affairs Director Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin Gov. Scott McCallum attended the Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin board of directors meeting on Feb.1 to discuss the ...

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Transportation is key to building Wisconsin

In his budget reform bill, Gov. Scott McCallum safeguarded spending for roads and other transportation services. Critics believe road spending has grown too large, but transportation investments do not come at the expense of other programs. Only those who

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State Capitol newsletter

State Capitol newsletter By Matt Pommer Feb. 4, 2002 Matt Pommer Gov. Scott McCallum’s plan to eliminate the state’s shared revenue program is the most stunning political move in Wisconsin in at least four decades. It is stunning because the ...

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