A new industry could emerge on reservations, as Congress moves to lift an archaic ban on distilleries on tribal lands.
As Republicans move to preserve their political power in Wisconsin, Michigan and North Carolina despite election losses, many anticipate legal challenges.
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The city of Madison, Wisconsin is expanding a program that decorates utility boxes with designs by local artists.
The systems were financed through a state grant program established after a February school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Mini-bonds are similar to traditional municipal bonds, but on a smaller scale.
A snow pile in Appleton, Wisconsin lasted until July 9, attracting attention from residents and local media.
As Bird and other companies feel local regulatory heat across the nation, a recent legal action in Milwaukee is worth watching.
“While the tens of millions of dollars are not there to do anything of any great size, there is the potential to start small and build an economy around local residents,” Madison Mayor Paul Soglin told Route Fifty.
“There has to be a cooperative spirit or it just flat-out won’t work,” according to Ed Eisch, fish production program manager for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Wisconsin courted the Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer hard, but there are questions whether the state's economic development deal violates the Great Lakes Compact among eight U.S. states and two Canadian provinces over water use.
The Badger State isn’t alone when it comes to people who seemingly have really good luck.
A proposal from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and many others are driven by the philosophy that government benefits should only be temporary, and that people should earn the benefits if they can.
The Trump administration could soon approve a proposal from Governor Scott Walker to drug test food-stamp recipients.
Sharing students’ criminal records with schools may violate their privacy, but some lawmakers think it will make teachers safer. Not all teachers are so sure.
“We’re not willing to trade DACAs for their parents, DACAs for their siblings, DACAs for a wall,” according to Madison’s Paul Soglin.
Wisconsin shouldn’t expect an influx of residents from upstate New York.
“It’s something that will be an evolutionary process, not revolutionary,” according to Washington County administrator Joshua Schoemann.
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