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Builders group points to ‘acute shortage’ of lots for new homes

The Metropolitan Builders Association says an “acute shortage” of available lots in the Milwaukee area is limiting the home building industry. 

Business groups top lobbying list

Business groups representing manufacturing, real estate, construction, health care and farming spent the most money lobbying Wisconsin lawmakers in the first six...

DNR announces new PFAS standards in effect

-- The Department of Natural Resources has announced new PFAS standards are now in effect for drinking and surface water as well...

Federal Reserve speaker highlights benefits cliff impact

A project advisor for the Federal Reserve says about 750,000 people in Wisconsin are impacted by “benefits cliff-related issues,” arguing this is...

Fetch looking to expand, reach new markets

With over 17 million active users and valued at $3 billion, Fetch Rewards is looking to expand from grocery chains into other...

SHINE moving from R&D into the commercial stage for cancer therapy product, exec says

The head of SHINE Technologies’ therapeutics division says the company is moving from research and development into the commercial stage for a...

Taiwan semiconductor industry will remain critical to U.S. economy, experts say

Experts say Taiwan’s semiconductor industry will remain critical to the U.S. economy and national security despite investments from the CHIPS and Science...
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Talking Trade with Emily Pickrell, energy scholar at the University of Houston

In the latest episode of “Talking Trade,” energy specialist Emily Pickrell highlights industries and companies likely to benefit from the federal Inflation...

Water Council head says innovation key to water scarcity challenges

Water Council President and CEO Dean Amhaus says technological innovation is needed to address national and global water scarcity. 

Water Council touting phosphorus removal product agreement

The Water Council is touting a new agreement for a product that can remove phosphorus from stormwater, agricultural runoff and other municipal...

Wisconsin Arts Board head calls for greater state support

The head of the Wisconsin Arts Board is calling for greater state support for the arts and cultural sector, saying “it’s going...
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