Government/Politics

Milwaukee Alderman Bob Donovan will announce tonight that he will run for mayor in 2016. Donovan will make a special political announcement at 6 p.m. at Serb Hall during a Rally for a Better Milwaukee event.
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Editor's note: The following is the text prepared for delivery by U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) when he recently spoke at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research in Washington, D.C.
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Gateway Technical College has received nearly $1.9 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward grant funding, while Waukesha County Technical College has been allocated close to $1.7 million, Wisconsin’s Department of Workforce Development announced on Wednesday.
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Should raises in the minimum wage be tied to the rate of inflation?
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The new Marquette University Law School Poll shows that Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke are still neck and neck in the race for governor.
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The Milwaukee Common Council today adopted an ordinance establishing a minimum hourly wage of $10.10 for all city employees and employees paid under city service contracts.
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Gov. Scott Walker and the Wisconsin State Legislature should be commended for their work to enact pro-growth policies at the state level that will engender true economic expansion in the Badger State.
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Milwaukee Area Technical College will get $2.6 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward grant funds from the state to train up to 546 workers for in-demand fields, Gov. Scott Walker announced today.
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The final tally from the Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance has shown that 165,782 Wisconsin residents enrolled in coverage under the Affordable Care Act during the open enrollment period.
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