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GOP lawmakers call for runoff rules hearing

By Bill Clements Special to The Daily Reporter Six Republican state representatives are pressing for a hearing on new rules that would further restrict phosphorous runoff at a cost to businesses and municipalities the lawmakers say is unreasonable. But environmental ...

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Lobbyists face last stand on runoff rules (UPDATE)

By Sean Ryan Builders and manufacturers have only one more chance to convince state policymakers that new runoff and phosphorus rules will cost too much money. The two rules, drafted by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, cleared the state ...

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Ingeteam ready to tap energy market (VIDEO)

By Sean Ryan Renewable energy requirements that will help Ingeteam Inc. thrive in Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley are a threat to businesses already in Wisconsin, according to a statewide business group. “Wisconsin’s not going to be able to attract businesses to ...

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Lawmakers draw battle lines on energy bill

By TODD RICHMOND Associated Press Writer MADISON, Wis. (AP) — State lawmakers started poring over a sweeping renewable energy bill Wednesday, establishing battle lines as the measure inches toward a vote. The bill creates new renewable fuel standards, lifts Wisconsin’s ...

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