If passed, the law would be a considerable step up from the state's current ban on texting while driving.
AFP this week announced “a new wave of grassroots investment” in Wisconsin.
Representatives with the state’s largest agricultural groups say proposed changes to livestock siting rules would cause further harm to Wisconsin’s embattled farm industry.
Gov. Tony Evers has announced the addition of more than 60 new assistant district attorney positions across the state, a move he's called the largest state investment in the district attorney program in Wisconsin history.
Gov. Tony Evers' cabinet members Caleb Frostman, secretary of the Department of Workforce Development, and Sara Meaney, secretary of the Department of Tourism, have received committee approval.
Officials have said they plan to reconvene the Transportation Projects Commission, which recommends the state's largest road projects.
Hughes, who is taking over for former WEDC Secretary Mark Hogan, will begin Oct. 1.
Wisconsinite's optimism in the economy remains positive, but the ongoing trade war could put that faith to the test, according to a Marquette Law School Poll released Wednesday.
Traux Field is one of 127 projects on a list of military base improvements — spanning 23 states, 19 countries and three U.S. territories.