Friday, April 3, 2020

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FRI AM News: Evers declares public health emergency as confirmed Wisconsin coronavirus cases rise...

-- Gov. Tony Evers has declared a public health emergency to deal with the growing outbreak of coronavirus. Within...

THU AM News: Farmers urging President Trump to ‘change course’ on small refinery exemptions;...

-- The White House has time to appeal the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that denied three small refinery exemptions approved...

WED AM News: Badger Institute calls for reform of occupation licensing; a third person...

-- The Badger Institute is calling for regulatory reform of occupation licensing as a solution to Wisconsin’s labor shortage.

TUE AM News: Second case of COVID-19 found in state as testing ramps up;...

-- The second case of COVID-19 in Wisconsin has been identified by state health officials and the individual is currently isolated at...

MON AM News: OCI urging insurers to reduce barriers to coronavirus testing; WisBusiness: The...

-- The Office of the Commissioner of Insurance is urging health insurers in the state to reduce potential barriers to access COVID-19...

FRI AM News: Wisconsin banks backing call for more flexibility in ag lending; WisBusiness:...

-- The Wisconsin Bankers Association is backing an effort from U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin to give financial institutions more flexibility in lending...

THU AM News: Corn growers, ethanol producers urging EPA to ‘follow the law’ on...

-- Wisconsin corn growers and ethanol producers are looking to the EPA to “follow the law” on small refinery exemptions and make...

WED AM News: Bioenergy researcher calls on Senate leaders to invest in bioeconomy; WPF...

-- UW-Madison Professor Timothy Donohue is calling for Senate leaders to form policies that invest in the biotech and biohealth industries. 

TUE AM News: Kaiser CEO doesn’t expect health care to drive voter turnout; Meeting...

-- Drew Altman, president and CEO of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, says that health is the largest issue for voters...

MON AM News: Propeller study links ozone to increased asthma inhaler use; 2020 DNC...

-- A new study conducted in partnership with Madison-based Propeller Health has shown that the pollutant ozone is connected to increased usage...

FRI AM News: Keynote speech at health policy forum to highlight equity agenda; WisBusiness:...

-- Mia Keeys, director of health equity policy and advocacy with the American Medical Association, is promising a fun and interactive keynote...

THU AM News: Labor secretary says addressing opioid crisis would improve workforce; Kaul announces...

-- U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia says addressing the opioid crisis could also improve labor shortages in Wisconsin.

WED AM News: SHINE’s future includes European production plant, CEO says; Promega involved in...

-- The future of SHINE Medical Technologies includes a production plant in Europe and a new therapeutic branch, according to the company’s...

TUE AM News: Concerns over local control sink livestock siting bill; New report explores...

-- The demise of legislation to overhaul siting rules for large livestock operations came down to a matter of using an “or”...

MON AM News: Recently approved projects paving the way for future solar development; WisBusiness:...

-- Four solar farms recently approved by the Public Service Commission are expected to contribute up to 2 percent of Wisconsin’s electricity...