Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still


In Wisconsin’s quest to produce more workers and startups, don’t forget liberal arts

From time to time, colleges and universities can — and should — clean out the cobwebs of curricula clutter.

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Where broadband access is good, local businesses can go global

If you scan through the 20 or so customer reviews on the website for Superior Sauna & Steam, a company near the northern Wisconsin city of Ashland, you’ll notice something right away: Few of the people who thanked the firm for its products and service are from Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin has much to lose if a true ‘trade war’ breaks out

If President Trump gets his wish for a “trade war,” Wisconsin’s economy stands to be among the early casualties.

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Continued progress on Wisconsin broadband will require mix of technologies

When it comes to strengthening Wisconsin’s internet connections, from its most rural settings to underserved neighborhoods in its largest cities, there is no “one-tech-fits-all” solution.

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In President Trump’s Washington, people in both parties looking for clarity

Mr. Trump’s Washington can be a confusing place. The same president who vowed to “drain the swamp” is himself mired in the muck of investigations, palace intrigue, questions about his past, and congressional relations that range from guarded to openly skeptical.

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Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal.



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