Mark your calendar: November 30th is "National Stay Home Because You're Well Day."
Wisconsin's minimum wage has been a measly $7.25 for more than a decade. Most state residents say it's time for an increase.
Biden offers first pay raise in 11 years while Trump threatens a veto and offers tax cuts.
The 2017 repeal of prevailing wage rules resulted in fewer local contractors getting work, declining blue-collar wages, yet no savings for state government.
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