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Health reform stirs competition concerns

By Sean Ryan Two of the nation’s largest construction associations oppose a health care reform bill because, they argue, it threatens competition and would boost the cost of doing business. “All around, it’s an awful deal,” said Geoff Burr, vice ...

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Insurance crisis lacks easy solutions

By Paul Snyder [email protected] Wisconsin’s unemployment insurance budget has slipped into the red and is projected to be more than $2 billion in debt in each of the next four years. To avoid that crisis, state lawmakers are working on ...

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