Monthly Archives: October 2011

Huebsch: state workers need to inform supervisors before carrying concealed

Department of Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch has sent a letter to state employees regarding the state’s new concealed carry law which goes into effect next Tuesday.

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Earn-a-Buck, school choice expansion cap on legislative calenders

The state Senate and Assembly are scheduled to be on their respective floors today for regular session (as distinct from the special session on jobs creation).

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Walker wants concealed carry rule changes

It looks as if state Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen, who’s run into a buzzsaw of criticism over rules governing the state’s new concealed carry law, will be pretty much on his own with this one:

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Mistele tapped for regulatory post

Department of Safety & Professional Services Secretary Dave Ross has appointed Nancy Mistele as Administrator of the Division of Safety and Buildings. Ross cited Mistele’s experience as president of several building companies, as an executive and entrepreneur, as “a great … Continue reading

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Tommy takes it a step closer

Former Governor Tommy Thompson keeps moving closer to making his candidacy for the U.S. Senate official.

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