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Wisconsin tuition hike for non-residents, graduate students and professional programs

Out-of-state students attending college at some of Wisconsin’s state universities will have to pay between 9 and 20 percent more starting in the 2015-2016 school year. 197 more words

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Pausing for a Reality Check

Paul Jones, co-chair of Venture Best, the venture capital practice group at Michael Best, has been selected as a regular contributor of OnRamp Labs, the newest blog addition to the… 330 more words

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Paul Ryan: Road Warrior?

An interesting op-ed appeared in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel on April 7th written by The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) President Dennis Slater. Mr. Slater argues that the future of infrastructure funding is in the hands of Representative Paul Ryan (hence the appearance in Milwaukee’s home paper). 214 more words

Advice For Democrats

David Haynes’ column in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel got me thinking about the need for political realignment in Wisconsin. The paper’s editorial page editor recounted the dismal electoral standing of the Wisconsin Democratic Party and argued the faltering Dems need to rethink and rebuild their party. 156 more words

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Zoomie Car of the Year Awards 1990-2014

25 Years of Zoomies

Here are my Car of the Year Awards for the first 25 years of the Savage On Wheels column, as they appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 360 more words

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Goody Gourmets Expansion

One of my clients, Goody Gourmets, was just featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. I wanted to share the article, because she is an inspiring, smart business owner.   34 more words

Ex-Mayor Of Wis. Town Facing 2 Felony Misconduct Charges

CEDARBURG, Wis. (AP) — A former mayor of Cedarburg is accused of using his position as a registered notary public to try to get his 19-year-old daughter out of an underage drinking ticket. 125 more words

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