Foxconn bears no meaningful risk in this deal. All the risk and all the labor costs for the next decade and a half are borne by the beleaguered taxpayers.
A new study leaves little doubt the game of football carries risks that can be life altering.
Two Republican legislative leaders in 1995—when the budget for highways was separated from other state spending and finally passed on Nov. 16—say it’s time to raise the state gas tax by least 5 cents.
Before the euphoria over this unfinished deal overtakes us, there are some factors we should consider.
To understand why Trump's moratorium makes sense, we need to consider what Islam is about, what Muslims believe and what they are instructed to do by their holy book, the Quran, and their prophet, Muhammad.
With the state’s biennial budget weeks past due, Wisconsin is one of just a handful of states that has not enacted a budget—all thanks to Republicans bickering behind closed doors.
As chief of police in Stoughton, I have serious concerns with proposals in Congress that would allow heavier and longer rigs on Wisconsin highways because these proposals would dramatically increase the danger faced by everyday drivers.
As both a social worker and his daughter, I am deeply concerned with Walworth County’s handling of his case. Criminalization of attempted self-harm is unacceptable.
The Assembly approved a resolution this week calling for an Article V constitutional convention. Wisconsin would be the 30th state to do so, inching the country closer to the 34 states required to open this Pandora’s box.
The partnership between SHINE Medical Technologies and Janesville has been robust and continues to strengthen.