Data WonkSep 27th, 2017 by Bruce Thompson
If the Foxconn deal is the new standard, the subsidy for Amazon could reach $10 billion.
Op EdSep 22nd, 2017 by Ken Smith
How to position the state economy in a truly global era.
Data WonkSep 20th, 2017 by Bruce Thompson
If a lower cost of living for employees is a key criteria.
Sep 20th, 2017 by Elizabeth Baker
MPS youth apprenticeship program serves 250 students this academic year
Data WonkSep 6th, 2017 by Bruce Thompson
Rustbelt jobs have steadily declined since 1990. State should look elsewhere for answers.
Campaign CashSep 5th, 2017 by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign
$11 million political in donations helps get policies to reduce safety measures in buildings.
Wisconsin BudgetSep 5th, 2017 by Tamarine Cornelius
State’s shrinking middle class can’t be reversed unless these trends change.
Op EdSep 2nd, 2017 by William L. Holahan and Charles O. Kroncke
The 2.7 economic multiplier is absurdly high. Here’s why.
Op EdAug 30th, 2017 by Spencer Black
And will overturn 1998 law passed overwhelmingly and backed by most voters.
Murphy’s LawAug 29th, 2017 by Bruce Murphy
Walker spends 11 times more per job on Foxconn than Haribo candy company?
Op EdAug 29th, 2017 by State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout
Bill to end occupational licensing backed by right wing groups, but just one worker testifies in favor.
The State of PoliticsAug 28th, 2017 by Steven Walters
Democratic candidates for governor oppose deal. Could they kill it if elected?