A Michigan lawmaker has been charged with seeking a bribe from a labor union in exchange for a vote to not overturn his state's prevailing-wage laws.Read More »
Gas taxes would increase but the cost to fill up could actually drop, Wisconsin's right-to-work law would be repealed and its former prevailing-wage requirements reinstated and income taxes would be cut for the middle class, all under Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' first budget.Read More »
New Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is preparing to deliver his first State of the State speech to the Republican-controlled Legislature.
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Gov. Scott Walker wants to halt big Milwaukee-area road projects if he's re-elected in November, and spend more on small road work and maintenance.Read More »
The Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin, a largely non-union trades group, is endorsing Gov. Scott Walker as he seeks a third term in office.Read More »
Embattled Wisconsin labor unions think they would see an end to union-busting policies if Wisconsin were governed by the Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers, who is challenging Gov. Scott Walker this fall — and are spending big to help him get there.Read More »