By Paul Snyder The future of Milwaukee’s sick leave law might hinge on the wording of a referendum question city voters approved in November 2008. That wording was at the heart of oral arguments Wednesday before three Wisconsin District IV ...Read More »
Wisconsin nonprofit gets $3.3 million grant for solar training Madison (AP) — A Wisconsin nonprofit plans to train solar power instructors throughout the Midwest with a $3.3 million federal grant. The Midwest Renewable Energy Association plans to work with universities, ...Read More »
Sean Ryan email@example.com A Milwaukee business group suing to overturn the city’s sick-leave law takes little solace in a pending bill to establish similar federal rules. The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce argues Milwaukee’s sick-leave law puts employers in the ...Read More »
State rep introduces bill to stop registration rule State Rep. Roger Roth, R-Grand Chute, is leading a Legislative charge against the emergency rule enacted by the state Department of Commerce last month requiring contractors to register with the departmentâ€™s Division ...
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