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  • Democrats call for Walker's jobs agency head to resign

    Two Democratic members of the board that runs Gov. Scott Walker's troubled economic development agency called Wednesday for the CEO to resign, citing critical audits and "stonewalling" the release of requested information about questionable loans.
  • Panel OKs new state trooper raises, no increases for others

    The legislative committee that handles state workers' contracts approved a raise Tuesday for state troopers but decided to give thousands of other state employees no increases over the next two years. The Republican-controlled Joint Committee on...

    Walker's jobs agency gave out $124 million without review

    More than two dozen awards worth more than $124 million were made to companies without a formal staff review by the underwriting department of Gov. Scott Walker's economic development agency, it reported Friday. Documents detailing the awards were made...

    Scott Walker's Wisconsin jobs agency gave out $124 million without review

    Scott Walker's Wisconsin jobs agency gave out $124 million without review
    More than two dozen awards worth more than $124 million were made to companies without a formal staff review by the underwriting department of Gov. Scott Walker's economic development agency, it reported Friday. Documents detailing the awards were...

    Wisconsin private-sector job growth 38th in 2014

    Gov. Scott Walker made it only about halfway toward his signature job creation promise and Wisconsin ranked 38th in job growth in 2014, trailing the national average, according to data released Wednesday by the federal government. Private-sector jobs...