Green Bay, Wisconsin is best known to national television audiences as the smallest city in America with an NFL team. Green Bay Packers broadcasts are typically replete with scenes of bucolic torpor; cows grazing on grass, cheese being manufactured or perhaps fans noshing on bratwurst. With a city population of just a shade over 100,000 […]
Conventional wisdom for decades has held that research has been inconclusive on the impact on business raising the minimum wage has. Advocates of hiking the wage claim it improves the economy by putting more money in workers pockets. Critics argue that rising cost of labor puts people out of work. Recent evidence has favored the […]
A Service Employees International Union Local 1 janitors strike against Professional Maintenance was announced on September 24 outside the Lazarus Building in downtown Columbus, with roughly 30 union members and supporters in attendance.
By Collin Roth At Martin Luther King Jr. Park in Milwaukee, a massive Obama get-out-the-vote operation was under way this morning as canvassers lined up to grab literature and a sack lunch before boarding motor coaches to canvass the city of Milwaukee. Most of the buses and motor coaches bore Illinois license plates with brands […]