The Wisconsin Senate is preparing to meet over the internet for the first time in state history if it needs to convene to take action on proposals reacting to the coronavirus outbreak.Read More »
Lawmakers are moving quickly to advance a bill meant to ease a backlog of requests for reviews commercial-construction plans before this year's short legislative session runs out.Read More »
State officials are taking steps meant to ease an acute backlog in requested reviews of commercial-construction plans after delays were a common subject of complaint this past building season.
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Supporters of a $100 million incentive bill designed to keep open a Kimberly-Clark Corp. plant in northeastern Wisconsin argued Wednesday that taking no action would be devastating for the Appleton area and the entire state, though they remain short of the votes they need.Read More »
Republicans silenced any talk Tuesday of a blue wave sweeping them out of control of the Wisconsin Legislature, with GOP incumbents turning back more than enough Democratic challengers to maintain majorities in both the state Assembly and Senate.Read More »
Jason Culotta’s career, both in and out of politics, has alternated between intense stretches of nonstop work and quiet moments when he really didn’t know what to do next.Read More »
Wisconsin Republicans released more tweaks on Wednesday to their bill that would allow developers to fill state wetlands without permits, defusing opposition from at least two powerful conservation groups.Read More »