The number of voters identified as possibly having moved in Wisconsin decreased by two-thirds before the November presidential election, and none of the people still on the list cast ballots in 2020, the state Elections Commission reported Wednesday.Read More »
A conservative law firm asked the state Supreme Court on Monday to immediately block Dane County's ban on indoor gatherings and indoor sports, arguing the order will ruin Thanksgiving and subject young athletes to mental trauma.Read More »
Gov. Tony Evers pleaded with Wisconsin residents Tuesday to stay home and limit their dealing with other people to immediate family amid new statewide daily records for confirmed coronavirus infections and related deaths.Read More »
There is nothing new in Jake Castanza’s recent letter to the editor defending federal Davis Bacon prevailing-wage law. We can look at Wisconsin's experience with the repeal of its state prevailing-wage law as evidence for this point.Read More »
The Wisconsin Elections Commission gave final approval to a mailing that will put application forms for absentee ballots in the hands of 2.7 million registered voters ahead of the November presidential election.Read More »
Report contends Davis-Bacon stymies competition, costs taxpayers; but authors acknowledge shortcomings
Three years since Wisconsin lawmakers repealed prevailing wage on state and local jobs in Wisconsin, critics of the policy are still debating if the state is better off without it.
Tagged with: Andrew Disch Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin Davis-Bacon Act John Schulze North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters prevailing wages Wisconsin Institute for Law and LibertyRead More »