The Prairie State’s unemployment rate dropped again last month, but it might not be because more Illinoisans are working.Read More →
A Union, Neb., man has been indicted on two counts related to fraudulent reimbursement requests to FEMA when he was caretaker for Lake Waconda, which is south of Omaha.Read More →
The co-chair of a legislative committee that investigated University of Texas regent Wallace Hall failed to disclose conflict of interest in his conduct of the investigation: he had written one of the clout letters at issue in the controversy.Read More →
Ohio has been labeled a “sinkhole” state because it has an $18.4 billion shortfall. To cover that deficit, each taxpayer would have to write a $4,900 check to the state.Read More →
Four years ago, Kirk Swallow received state money to set up a compressed natural gas filling facility at the Rifle Shell station he co-owns.Read More →
By M.D. Kittle |Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. – In this week’s Marquette Law School poll, 48 percent of respondents said Madison millionaire Mary Burke, the Democrat’s candidate for governor, has not been clear enough about what she would do if elected.
Now it turns out Burke’s signature jobs plan, the one area where she seemed clear about her intentions, was lifted from others.Read More →