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State’s major road projects, including I-39/90 expansion, back in play (UPDATE) (access required)

By Joe Lanane The resurrection of the state’s Transportation Projects Commission is reviving the debate between those who want money for road maintenance and the backers of new construction. State Assembly Speaker Mike Sheridan, D-Janesville, who will help select TPC ...

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Governor’s office says no decision made on individual flood assistance

By Joe Lanane The office of Gov. Jim Doyle clarified Thursday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has not yet ruled on whether to offer individual assistance to disaster victims in Milwaukee and Grant counties. FEMA announced Wednesday morning that ...

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Industry warns against toll road rejection (access required)

By Justin Kern Special to The Daily Reporter Supporting toll roads in the state could mean doom to an office seeker’s campaign. But advocates for tolls and other revenue sources say avoiding tolls altogether could mean worse for the roads ...

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Lawmaker calls for end to high-speed rail planning

By Paul Snyder A state lawmaker is calling on Gov. Jim Doyle to stop the state’s planning for the Milwaukee-to-Madison high-speed rail line. State Rep. Brett Davis, R-Oregon, said Friday that GOP gubernatorial candidates Scott Walker and Mark Neumann committed ...

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Court ruling clouds Capital Area Regional Planning Commission’s future

By Paul Snyder A circuit court’s order that the state review a 200-acre development proposed for Mazomanie may put a regional planning commission in jeopardy. “I think it’s fair to say our future is up in the air at this ...

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