Cosmetologists-in-training and crane operators haven't got much in common. Nor should they have to overcome similar sorts of state-imposed licensing hurdles, says a recently completed audit of Wisconsin's occupational-licensing system.Read More »
Architects, engineers and contractors would most likely have to wait a little longer to get their plans reviewed under Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed 2017-19 budget.Read More »
A series of tax changes meant to benefit contractors and other businesses is moving forward without a provision that would have drawn a more marked line between the categories that construction materials are lumped into for tax purposes.Read More »
Wisconsin lawmakers have postponed instituting a change to the state’s plumbing-licensing rules, meaning opponents have an additional 30 days to make a case.Read More »
Proposed changes to some plumber licensing tests have reached the governor’s office even though the state still is conducting a survey to determine if the exam is too difficult.Read More »
By Joe Lanane Industry groups still are confused over which contractors need lead paint renovation certification even though the Wisconsin regulation has been in place since April. The regulation requires home-renovation contractors be trained in lead paint cleanup before working ...
Tagged with: Beiriger Department of Health Services Environmental Protection Agency EPA lead Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Wisconsin Association renovation Shelley Bruce Wisconsin Builders AssociationRead More »