Federal infrastructure investments can play a key role in establishing jobs and promoting a fuller economic recovery in the aftermath of our nation’s COVID-19 response — if we get the details right.Read More »
A state Assembly committee gave a favorable recommendation this week to a bill that would give workers and employers a tax break on apprenticeship tuition.Read More »
State officials are taking steps meant to ease an acute backlog in requested reviews of commercial-construction plans after delays were a common subject of complaint this past building season.
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Republicans silenced any talk Tuesday of a blue wave sweeping them out of control of the Wisconsin Legislature, with GOP incumbents turning back more than enough Democratic challengers to maintain majorities in both the state Assembly and Senate.Read More »
Wisconsin Democrats on Tuesday flipped a state legislative district that, not even two years before, had voted overwhelmingly for President Donald Trump, leading them to boast once again of a coming "blue wave."Read More »
An architect of Wisconsin's prevailing-wage repeal who won a tough-fought battle in May to secure his party's nomination for an open state Senate seat says he's confident his shoe-leather campaigning will make up for the fundraising disadvantage he faces in Tuesday's special election in northeast Wisconsin.Read More »