Trust Funds And Their Management Source: Wisconsin Legislative Statutes Chapter 25 – 2019-08-12 Continue reading Chapter 25 – 2019-08-12
State Revenue Sharing Source: Wisconsin Legislative Statutes Chapter 79 – 2019-08-12 Continue reading Chapter 79 – 2019-08-12
The 10th annual Forward Festival will be taking place Aug. 22-29 in and around Madison. Billed as a celebration of innovation for “entrepreneurs, nerds, geeks, hackers, foodies and creatives” from around Wisconsin and the Midwest, the festival has something for everyone. Here are just a few of the reasons to block off your calendar: It’s big. With more than 50 events and an expected 5,000-plus … Continue reading Forward Festival 2019: Eight reasons to attend
Many whole, natural foods do not necessarily require cooking. Raw fruits and veggies, canned wild-caught fish, grass-fed cheese and uncured natural deli meats, organic additive-free rotisserie chicken, grass-fed organic yogurt and kefir, etc. all make fabulous light meals and snacks and can often be consumed on-the-go. For meals that require a little more attention, today’s array of slow-cookers, pressure-cookers, Vitamix models, convection ovens, food processors, … Continue reading Tips for Cooking Organic Meals with Wisconsin Products
Crimes Against Children Source: Wisconsin Legislative Statutes Chapter 948 – 2019-08-12 Continue reading Chapter 948 – 2019-08-12
SCOWstats has been tracking how Wisconsin Supreme Court justices vote in 4th Amendment cases for years. Its last update was in 2017 when Justice Gableman was still on the court and Justices R.G. Bradley and Kelly had recently joined. Today SCOWstats posted another update through the end of the 2019 term, which included Justice Dallet. Surprise! […] Source: WI Public Defenders – On Point The 4th … Continue reading The 4th Amendment in SCOW: It’s not dead yet!
Public Institutions Source: Wisconsin Legislative Statutes Chapter 229 – 2019-08-12 Continue reading Chapter 229 – 2019-08-12
By the People, the Library’s crowdsourcing transcription project, is calling on volunteers to complete 1,000 pages from the “Suffrage: Women Fight for the Vote” campaign before Monday, August 19th. The speeches, diaries, and letters of suffragists reveal complex personalities and a multifaceted movement. Here, Elizabeth A. Novara, a historian in the Library’s Manuscript Division, writes about some of the family and personal relationships that sustained … Continue reading Crowdsourcing Challenge!
New expansion will create 36 jobs, $1.65 million capital investment MADISON, WI. AUG. 12, 2019 – Specialty Cheese Company Inc., one of the nation’s top manufacturers of ethnic cheeses and baked cheese snacks, is expanding its facility operations in Reeseville—a $1.65 million project expected to create 36 jobs over the next two years. “Specialty Cheese Company’s investment in Wisconsin shows the company’s continued commitment to … Continue reading Specialty Cheese Company Inc. expands operations in Reeseville
Property Rights Of Married Persons; Marital Property Source: Wisconsin Legislative Statutes Chapter 766 – 2019-08-09 Continue reading Chapter 766 – 2019-08-09