Let's be honest: Wisconsin is lucky to have three professional sports teams in the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers and Milwaukee Bucks.
What Legislators are now talking about is equivalent to more than the original construction cost, even accounting for inflation.
Legalizing marijuana in Wisconsin would recognize reality: Cannabis has gone mainstream. Most Americans now live in states where it is legal, and it hasn’t caused lots of problems.
Frankly, we were stunned at the committee’s action, since the UW-Madison and the UW System had made the new $347 million engineering school its top priority for the capital budget.
Gov. Tony Evers is wisely proposing the sale of three large office buildings downtown: the State Natural Resources Building (also known as GEF 2) at 101 S. Webster St., the neighboring State Education Building (GEF 3), and the Gothic-styled and historic State Office Building at 1 W. Wilson St., overlooking Lake Monona.
Coal plants are shutting down in Portage, Oak Creek and Sheboygan. Solar and wind farms are going up in Cambridge, Darien and Grant County.
Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed $3.8 billion capital budget for the next two years is a heady package indeed and would mark an historic investment package in Wisconsin’s infrastructure needs – much of it going to the University of Wisconsin System.
While our eyes will be on the field, Gov. Tony Evers and Brewers primary owner Mark Attanasio will be swinging for the wallets of Wisconsin taxpayers.
Gov. Tony Evers laid out his vision for the next state budget in his State of the State address and — as expected — it was immediately panned by Republican legislators. Now the hard work begins.
Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian and leaders of four of the state’s other largest cities rattled their tin cups before Gov. Tony Evers earlier this month, pleading for more state funding support for essential services.
Fred Prehn's belated resignation from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources board ended one of the strangest spats in Wisconsin political history. It's time for legislators to ensure it doesn't happen again.
Wisconsin is sitting in the on-ramp in the rush for electric vehicles (EV) as the push away from internal combustion engines to reduce greenhouse gas emissions heats up.
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