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Tuesday, May 24, 2022



Manufacturing Madness: Wisconsin’s Coolest Products

The “Made In Wisconsin” competition is an opportunity to highlight the state’s manufacturing industry — which employs approximately one in five Wisconsinites. With over 150 products nominated and nearly 145,000 votes cast, the competition works to bring together communities from every corner of the state.  


Legislators find food labels for milk, meat alternatives misleading

“I, for one, prefer a cold glass of cow’s milk to a cup of almond beverage any day,” exclaimed Sen. Howard Marklein, R-Spring Green, upon introducing “Truth in Food Labeling.” The three-bill plan to support agribusiness was announced Sept. 20, Wisconsin Agricultural Tourism Day, to address his concerns of consumer confusion surrounding plant-based milk and meat alternatives. 


Representatives aim to increase penalties for assaulting licensed nurses

The Wisconsin Judiciary and Public Safety Committee convened in a public hearing at the Capitol Tuesday to discuss a bill that would allow district attorneys to deliver felony charges to those who injure nurses. Under current Wisconsin law, a person who intentionally harms another person — including a nurse — can be charged with a Class A misdemeanor. This proposed bill would recategorize the level of offense to a Class H felony charge when the victim is a nurse. 


Debate Night Two: Meet the 2020 Democratic candidates

Last night and this evening the American public will hear from the 20 qualifying Democractic candidates in the first official debate of the 2020 presidential election. Ranging from past runner-ups to senior Senators to businesspeople and wellness gurus, this election cycle is sure to capture the anxious and uniquely changing state of politics in the land of the free. 

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