In order to help residents deal with rising living costs following the pandemic, Gov. Evers has outlined a plan to provide a $150 surplus refund to every Wisconsinite, thanks to an unexpectedly high budget surplus for this coming fiscal year.
Following a record-breaking surge of business applications in 2020 and 2021, reports show Wisconsin entrepreneurs continued to submit new applications in the first quarter of 2022.
According to a fact sheet distributed by the White House, over 950 bridges and 1,900 miles of highway need critical attention in Wisconsin.
According to the Education Research Service, young people in Wisconsin are more likely to graduate from high school, get their GED, and graduate from college than ever before.
The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions, along with financial regulators in four other states, simultaneously filed enforcement actions against a Russian organization on Wednesday for allegedly scamming American residents with fraudulent investments in the metaverse.
In Wisconsin, much of the discussions around water quality have been focused on contaminants including lead and PFAS.
An update to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) rules that guide logging on public lands has raised concerns among activists that the department will allow more trees to be cut down and harm the state’s northern forests.
Despite the average hourly wage paid to private sector workers in Wisconsin increasing, Wisconsin still placed in the bottom 15 of all states when it came to wage growth.