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Dairy Cares of Wisconsin is seeking businesses and individuals to join in supporting fundraising efforts for their chosen cause, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
[MADISON] Today, Attorney General Brad Schimel issued a formal opinion which, answers several specific questions related to the permitting of high capacity wells and provides all state regulatory agencies with much-needed guidance in implementing 2011 Wisconsin Act 21. The opinion was requested by the State Assembly.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (March 21, 2016) — The Dairy Business Association has hired a communications consultant with deep roots in agriculture for a new role of director of industry relations.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (Feb. 18, 2016) — Immigrant workers in Wisconsin deserve a fair opportunity to build productive lives here as a vital part of the workforce, Gordon Speirs, president of the Dairy Business Association, said Thursday.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (Feb. 18, 2016)-Trabajoadores immigrantes de Wisconsin merecen una oportunidad justa de construer vidas productivas aqui como parte vital de la población active, Gordon Speirs, el preseidente de Associacion de Negocio de Lecheria, dijo el Jueves.
We wanted to provide an update on two state legislative proposals related to immigrant workers in Wisconsin.
Queremos propporcionar una actualización en los dos propuestas con respecto a migratorio trabajores en Wisconsin.
Some Wisconsin dairy farmers are worried about having enough workers to milk their cows Thursday as Latino immigrants attend a "A Day Without Latinos" rally at the state Capitol in Madison.
A rally in Madison could hurt a economic stable in Wisconsin. "Dia Sin Latinos" or "Day Without Latinos." Latinos in the area will be closing businesses and missing work that day to rally in Madison against two bills.
Dia Sin Latinos (Day Without Latinos) rally on February 18 in Madison is related to two proposed laws. We want you to know that these bills, if approved, would have minimal effect on immigration status.