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Frostman confirmed as Workforce Development secretary

Amid sometimes contentious battles over aid to combat homelessness, PFAS “forever chemicals” and the so-called dark-store loophole that has cut taxes of big box...

At Milwaukee rally, Trump’s facts launch flights of fancy A mix...

He promised to protect people with pre-existing conditions, while his administration pursues a lawsuit to throw out the Affordable Care Act that protects people...

Report ties green energy to economic growth

Although the growth of renewable energy has stalled in the last decade, a new report promises Wisconsin has the potential to make major strides...

Occupational licenses: Consumer safeguard or job barrier? Legislation would subject new...

Should a sign language interpreter have to pass a test and obtain a license in order to work? A massage therapist? A real estate...

Tammy Baldwin announces she’ll vote to pass ‘new NAFTA’ Senator says...

Parting company with her Congressional successor, Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) Tuesday announced she plans to vote to ratify the new United States Mexico Canada...

Farm subsidies favor South, irking other regions Farm bankruptcies nationwide were...

Lenci Sickler, a fifth-generation farmer who oversees more than 10,000 acres in western North Dakota, stops short of saying whether farmers in Southern states...

Diseases, pests, hitchhikers and other bad holiday guests The guardians at...

Here are a few things you don’t want to think about this Christmas as you look across the room at your beautiful, live Christmas...

Dawn Crim plays a long game   Evers’ pick to head the...

Dawn Crim toured Europe as a college basketball player, and served as an assistant coach at Penn State and the UW-Madison before Gov. Tony...

USMCA is a failure, and the Democrats know it "We might...

The 1994 version of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was impressively terrible. President Donald Trump said it was the worst trade deal...

Raises, bargaining agreements get the OK, but not $15 an hour

An Assembly committee this week voted to approve six collective bargaining agreements for three Wisconsin government entities with the only union that still negotiates...
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