State Rep. Mary Hubler, D-Rice Lake, announced Monday she will not seek re-election to the Wisconsin Assembly. Hubler was first elected to the state Assembly in 1985 and voters re-elected her 12 times. She said in a press release Monday ...Read More »
Family gets Capitol treatment for land-use fee (UPDATE)
By Paul Snyder Bob and Karen Schauf’s decision to let Barron County build a 911 tower on their property instigated a $34,317 state penalty and inspired a bill that would make the fee disappear. That bill is headed to Gov. ...
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Panel postpones hearing for troubled lawmaker (1:34 p.m. 2/16/10)
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The leader of an Assembly ethics committee has pushed back a punishment hearing for a troubled legislator to next month. Rep. Jeff Wood, a Chippewa Falls independent, has been arrested three times since December 2008 for ...Read More »
Hearing set for troubled Wisconsin lawmaker (3:31 p.m. 1/14/10)
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — An Assembly ethics committee has set a public hearing to consider possible punishment for a troubled lawmaker. Rep. Jeff Wood, a Chippewa Falls independent, has been arrested three times over the last 13 months for driving ...
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Smart growth deadline prompts extension bill (UPDATE)
By Paul Snyder A bill that would extend the Jan. 1 deadline for local smart growth plans defeats the purpose of setting deadlines, according to those who want the state to stick to its original schedule. “It’s a little frustrating,” ...
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