Steve Baas, who recently advocated for widening Interstate 94 west of downtown Milwaukee, will take over as head of the Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association, the advocacy group announced on Thursday.Read More »
In the wake of President Donald Trump's call in his State of the Union address for spending $1.5 trillion on infrastructure, state officials will be off to the country's capital to press home their request for hundreds of millions of dollars to speed up road work connected to the Foxconn plant being built in southeast Wisconsin.
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By James Briggs A nonprofit organization that has been pushing in court for Milwaukee workers to receive guaranteed paid time off for illness is conceding the local battle — for now. But 9to5, National Association of Working Women will keep ...Read More »
By James Briggs A Thursday court ruling would guarantee mandatory paid sick days for workers of Milwaukee-based companies. But the state Legislature could get the last word. The Madison-based 4th District Court of Appeals declared constitutional a 2008 referendum, approved ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan Building Service Inc. will move about two miles west to Menomonee Falls if Milwaukee’s sick leave law takes effect. “We lease our building,” said James Macejkovic, executive vice president of the Milwaukee-based contractor. “We’ve done a search, ...Read More »
Sean Ryan [email protected] Milwaukee’s proposed rules for logging sick-leave hours for mobile workers are unworkable for companies and unenforceable for the city, warned Chuck Engberg. The rules require any employee who works at least 90 hours within the city of ...Read More »
Milwaukee wants to collect public input next month on the rules designed to guide the cityâ€™s sick-leave law. Milwaukee staff members finished drafting the rules, which specify what businesses must do to satisfy the broad language of the sick-leave law, ...Read More »