WMC Statement on Right to Work Lawsuit

Madison – Today a Dane County judge struck down 2015 Act 1, Wisconsin’s Right to Work law. WMC Senior Vice President of Government Relations, Scott Manley, issued the following statement in response to the judge’s decision: “The judge’s ruling is … Continued

March 24, 2016 – WMC Transportation Committee Meeting

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce 501 E. Washington Ave. Madison, WI 53703 9 a.m. counsel report staff report Contact Jason Culotta if you want to participate in the conference call.   AGENDA   9 a.m.    Call to Order Introductions – Jason … Continued

WMC Lauds Supreme Court Action to Stay EPA’s Clean Power Plan

Stay allows litigation to move forward without forcing states to comply Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay on implementation of the federal EPA’s Clean Power Plan while litigation against the plan moves forward. The Supreme Court’s action protects … Continued

WMC Supports Limits On New Regulations

Reform Requires Legislature to OK Regs Costing More Than $10 Million Madison – WMC, the state’s chamber of commerce, urged the Legislature to approve a major regulatory reform proposal that requires the Legislature to approve any regulation that would cost … Continued

January 21, 2016 – WMC Transportation Committee Meeting

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce 501 E. Washington Ave. Madison, WI 53703 9 a.m. counsel report staff report Individuals are encouraged to participate via teleconference for all or part of the meeting.  Contact Jason Culotta to participate. AGENDA 9 a.m.    Call … Continued

Taxpayer Fairness Reform Act Introduced, Receives Hearing

Senator Marklein and Representative Macco have introduced Assembly Bill 623, the Taxpayer Fairness Reform Act, a package of reforms intended to make Wisconsin a better place in which to do business. The bill contains seven elements which will help businesses … Continued