Is Wisconsin is planning to expand too
much roadway in the coming years, given the state’s slow population growth and
transportation trends? A report by the public interest WISPIRG Foundation
answers an emphatic “yes” and contends that the money saved could be better
Republicans claim it’s unfair to characterize them as simply “The Party of No,” but then an incredible windfall of jobs and development is announced for the state of Wisconsin to a rising chorus of Republicans shrieking “No!”
Four months after President Barack Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the billions of dollars slated for Wisconsin are beginning to appear. Of the $787 billion ARRA funds to be doled out nationwide, Wisconsin is earmarked to receive $3.7 billion. That may not...