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Bonnie Goins: Do You Comply?

By Bonnie Goins It’s April 20, 2005, and everyone in the organization has gone home for the night; that is, everyone but the HIPAA Security...

Hector Barreto: Bush Administration Delivers for Small Business

By HECTOR V. BARRETO In the last two weeks I’ve had the privilege of speaking before both the House and Senate Small Business Committees about...

Jack Faris: Like Ducks in a Shooting Gallery?

By Jack Faris There are few ceremonies as impressive as the inauguration of a president. Regardless of one's political views, this awesome tradition is...

Jack Faris: Moonlighting in Self Defense

By Jack Faris Moonlighting-working two jobs to make ends meet-is more than a time-honored American tradition; it's a necessity for a substantial share of the...

Jeff Fitzgerald: Governor Should Approve HSA Tax Exemption

There is a new option in health insurance coverage that is particularily well-suited for small business. Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are individual investment...

John Flumerfelt: Building Power Plants in Wisconsin

Bill Skewes of the Wisconsin Utilities Association argues that “a bit of perspective is in order” regarding potential legal and regulatory delays related to...

Tom Still: Doyle’s tax plan is half a loaf – and that’s all he...

By Tom Still MADISON – The Republicans in the Legislature are correct: Gov. Jim Doyle's plan to slow the rise in property taxes is not...

Tom Still: Romney’s stem cell plan for Massachusetts reflects status quo for Wisconsin research

MADISON – Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has drawn a thoughtful ethical line with his decision to support one type of human embryonic stem cell...

Tom Still: SBC and AT&T merger expands global reach for Wisconsin businesses

By Tom Still MADISON – With 50 million customers in 13 states, 60 percent ownership of Cingular Wireless and 5.1 million DSL Internet lines, SBC...

Tom Still: Trade deficit hits home in Wisconsin – in good ways and not...

By Tom Still LA CROSSE – Terry Hicks, president of the AFL-CIO in western Wisconsin, doesn't expect to see many of his railroad brethren hanging...
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