Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels tweeted Thursday that he'll divest himself from his construction company if he wins office to avoid any potential ethical conflicts.Read More »
Politicians on both sides of the political aisle get positively giddy when there is an unexpected surge in tax collections that buoy Wisconsin coffers — like the one that is currently projected to give the state a $3.8 billion general fund balance at the end of fiscal 2023.
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Republican Tim Michels, a multimillionaire construction company co-owner who last ran for office nearly two decades ago, cast himself as an outsider candidate in launching his campaign for Wisconsin governor Monday to take out Gov. Tony Evers.Read More »
A report released Tuesday suggests Wisconsin should revise its building codes to include higher energy-efficiency standards and make various other changes meant to mitigate the effects of climate change.Read More »
Gov. Tony Evers vetoed a bill Friday that sought to exempt certain construction projects from procedures for commercial plan reviews and approved a bill to pay for a new youth prison in Milwaukee County, among actions he took on 78 bills Friday.Read More »