Tavern League lobbyist tells me the group will not appeal judge's decision to deny an injunction against Evers order limiting capacity. "We're disappointed but we're going to suck it up, tell our members this is what it means, and hope the hell we can get through it." — Molly Beck (@MollyBeck) October 19, 2020 …
Products “may be found intact, or individually in a meat counter display” and are reportedly of the “old fashioned” variety.
Three Madison area movie theaters to reopen #news3now https://t.co/aeHahQxEfg — News 3 Now / Channel 3000 (@WISCTV_News3) August 27, 2020
.@SpeakerVos omitted several business interests from his financial disclosure forms. A D.C. government watchdog group, asks the ethics commission to open an investigation, but Vos is amending it and his office says it was an oversight.https://t.co/YI2a7g9RiX pic.twitter.com/U18EvJKYla — Wisconsin Examiner (@WIExaminer) August 19, 2020
Most of Epic's nearly 10,000 employees will be required to return to the health software company's campus by Sept. 21. https://t.co/TAXWMBo8Hy — Wisconsin State Journal (@WiStateJournal) August 5, 2020
Jelly Belly to close Pleasant Prairie warehouse, tour https://t.co/tPoFKA7aBk — Journal Sentinel (@journalsentinel) July 28, 2020
Whitewater’s difference is clear: she mostly depends on a (relatively large for the city’s size) public university campus, along with few light manufacturing concerns in her industrial park. It’s the public university – one that depends on public funds – that sustains Whitewater at her present size.