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Assembly Republicans offer prevailing wage compromise

On Monday, Assembly Republicans released a plan to exempt 60% of public projects from Wisconsin’s prevailing wage laws, which has been a thorny issue among GOP lawmakers trying to pass a new state budget.

June 2015

Health care tech company raises funds

Madison-based Health eFilings LLC, a health care technology company, has raised $935,000 of a proposed $1.5 million funding round, according to its filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

June 2015

UW–Madison receives crop research endowment

The nation’s first endowed faculty chair focused on plant breeding for organic crops goes to UW–Madison, thanks to $2 million in matching funds.

June 2015

Labor Department expected to make millions more eligible for overtime

A proposed new rule from the U.S. Labor Department could mean millions more Americans might soon qualify for overtime pay.

June 2015

Exact Sciences plan for Judge Doyle Square moves forward

A plan proposed by JDS Development to bring the headquarters of Exact Sciences downtown has received preliminary city approval, according to the Cap Times.

June 2015

Mount Horeb golf course to be sold to developers

The Norsk Golf Club, one of Dane County’s oldest public golf courses, has been put it up for sale and its owners will ask the Mount Horeb Village Board for a third time to approve re-zoning the property so it can be developed into businesses and residences, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.

June 2015

Longtime Dean Clinic pediatrician retiring

Conrad Andringa, MD, the longest serving physician in Dean Clinic’s history, is retiring July 1 after 47 years with the clinic.

June 2015

State earns B+ for manufacturing, B for logistics

The 2015 Manufacturing and Logistics Report, prepared by Ball State University’s Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) for Conexus Indiana, gave Wisconsin a B+ for manufacturing and a B for logistics.

June 2015

StartingBlock to anchor larger development project

The entrepreneurial hub StartingBlock Madison has been pegged to anchor a larger development project in the 800 block of East Washington Avenue, which would feature two towers of commercial space — occupied, in part, by American Family Insurance — along with a city-owned parking ramp nearby, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.

June 2015

Money troubles force Tony Frank’s to close

After surviving for 86 years, Tony Frank’s Tavern, located at 1612 Seminole Highway, was force to close June 22 under the weight of crushing debt.

June 2015
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