Wisconsin's budget impasse escalated Tuesday after Senate and Assembly Republican leadership met for less than 45 minutes without making any progress.Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, spent a lot of the time "talking at us, seeming angry and then said ‘we’re done,'" before leaving the meeting.Fitzgerald disagreed with Vos' characterization, saying he's "never angry" and was being direct.
Wisconsin's budget impasse showed no signs of abating Tuesday after Senate and Assembly Republicans met for less than 45 minutes without making any progress.Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, spent a lot of the time "talking at us, seeming angry and then said ‘we’re done,'" before leaving the meeting.Rep.
A union representing public employees in Wisconsin announced Friday it plans to sell its Madison headquarters on the West Side and move closer to Downtown.The move is the latest fallout from Act 10, Gov. Scott Walker’s signature 2011 law that severely curtailed the ability of public employee unions to function.The Wisconsin American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees said it plans to relocate to “a more efficient space,” but didn’t identify a specific address.
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Selecting a term
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