A Wisconsin golf course that has filled all of its membership openings for the past three years is getting millions in financial assistance from a government program created to help small businesses expand and survive economic hardships.Read More →
The ethanol mandate in the nation’s Renewable Fuel Standard has come under fire. Will the new Congress attempt to eliminate it?Read More →
Crashing oil prices have put tremendous economic pressure on Russia, Iran and Venezuela and that has foreign policy analysts worried.Read More →
With most things in life, spending more money means you get more in return. Government schools might be another matter, as college preparatory test data shows more money doesn’t necessarily buy better student performance in Mississippi.Read More →
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota cities have circled the wagons in a controversial property rights case pitting municipal authorities against homeowners who are challenging the constitutionality of Winona’s rental ban before the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Mankato, Rochester and St. Paul joined the League of Minnesota Cities in urging the state’s top court to uphold Winona’s law allowing no more than 30 percent of homeowners per block to rent their property in the college community.Read More →