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Browsing: Economy and Infastructure
It’s an understatement to say that Wisconsin businesses are struggling to find workers.
Shortly after the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the CARES Act, a $2.2 trillion bill designed to alleviate the negative economic consequences of government-mandated shutdowns.
Wisconsin’s unemployment situation has rebounded, but participation in government programs remains elevated. Angela K. Rachidi, PhD is the author of a Badger Institute report “Employment and the Safety Net During the Pandemic”
October 21, 2021
New staff and board members will increase institute’s reach and impact
Lawmakers should reinstate work requirements to encourage labor force participation, says author
Milwaukee, Madison and Wausau plan to pay certain low-income families monthly stipends with no strings attached
Changes to TPP, UI, and tax brackets are all being debated
Premiere features youngest hostage during 1979 embassy crisis in Iran, now president of Mosinee school board
Primer analyzes proposed policies and makes recommendations for Wisconsin
A menu of pro-growth tax reform options from the Tax Foundation and the Badger Institute.