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"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Good Morning, Wisconsin. Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Big Show here at WTMJ am Steve Jordan and his regular chair. We have to get an online petition going to get, uh, the folks in the morning blend in the same place Tiffany Ogle and Molly. They still separated because of the pandemic, apparently ones at home runs in the studio. What's going on there? Can I get an answer to that question? Somebody please answer that question for me. Happy Tuesday, everybody. It's French Fry Appreciation Day. Who doesn't love French fries? Is there anyone in this world who doesn't love french fries? I say no. It's also cow. This is a big one for Wisconsin Dairy state. It's cow appreciation day. Kiss a cow. If you have the ability to do that, today somehow find seek out a cow and kiss that policy. Thank you. For all the great work you do. I celebrated this by having a glass of milk and ice cold glass of milk. This morning, which I have every morning. To celebrate Cow appreciation Day. I'm a good Wisconsinites. Don't be throwing any of that fake milk at me, the almond milk and all this crazy stuff you call milk? That's not really milk. Wisconsin farmers deserve better. That's not what I'm fired up the bone. I'm not worried about the Mali fate Tiffany ogle thing, either, but just it seems weird to me that post pandemic here we are. There's still miles apart for bettering together. Right partners, All right. Is it time Is it time to put up or shut up for Foxconn? We all know the story. Mount Pleasant. Big Deal. Foreign companies coming to Wisconsin. Wisconsin Valley is one of the terms that got thrown out in the Walker administration, a game changer big and bold, all the terms that were thrown out there. Well, they're not making those, uh LCD panel screens anymore. Not doing that. Other things of ideas have been thrown against the wall and Having stuck well, the the breaking news, I guess. Headline Walkie journal Settlement written by Ricardo Torres. Few days ago. Now Foxconn technology Wants to partner with Fisker car maker from I believe in California there in discussions with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp WDC for electric vehicle manufacturing. Electric vehicle manufacturing. Now we know that this pursuits Electric vehicles is ongoing. All the major players in the automotive industry are all working towards that's the Ford the Chevys. All those folks. Fisker is a small player, and he had somewhat of a troubled past. But there Looking to do something. So let me read a little bit from the story. As I said Foxconn Technology Group and Fisker Inc. California carmaker talked with Wisconsin Economic Development Corp about building electric vehicles in the state. Foxconn confirm Thursday. Now there's a lot of additional info in here that basically says they're not talking because the e D C doesn't Republican comments on these ongoing negotiations? Until the contract is executed. The General Center has asked for public records info. We'll see how that works. Here's my question. Is it time for? All the players here. Local community. State of Wisconsin. Box count. Fisker. To put up or shut up. We're years out from this. Exciting development, and I'm a fan of the idea of growing technology and bringing large companies to Wisconsin. And I'm also supportive of efforts of groups like the W. E. D. C state of Wisconsin elected officials who work to make that happen. Now we know that this is a troubled story because the story has changed and shifted. These liquid crystal display screens, too. Now, this announcement that they're looking at these electric vehicles. 85561616 20, the accident, mortgage talk and text line. We can go a couple ways on this. Is it time for for Foxconn to put up or shut up? I would say yes. Enough with the constant changing storyline. And I'll take the local elected officials on their word that they are working diligently to make this work for their communities and for the states and for employment. Now, folks can just so you know. People say they haven't done anything they've created more than 3200 construction jobs. That doesn't that's not part of this job creation tax credit that state of Wisconsin has negotiated and renegotiated with them since the arrival of Foxconn. They have created jobs and 3200 has nothing to sniff at Or shake your head out. Is it time for Fox going to put up or shut up? And do you think This announcement. Potential announcement between Foxconn And Fisker is actually a viable Long term. Success story for this. Incredibly Volatile, controversial mega project. That was the original announcement way back in the Walker administration. 85561616 20 that is the accurate mortgage talking text line your chance to weigh in after this Stick around.

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Foxconn, Wisconsin Reach New Deal on Scaled Back Facility

John Williams

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Foxconn, Wisconsin Reach New Deal on Scaled Back Facility

"Technology Group, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has reached a new deal with reduced tax breaks for its scale back project in southeast Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and the company said that today. Details of the new deal were not immediately released. It was scheduled to be approved at a Tuesday meeting. Of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. The new deal will reduce the potential tax breaks by billions of dollars and still have potential tax breaks worth more than 10 million for Fox con

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"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:30 min | 5 months ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WGN Radio

"Casey Williams was released from prison today after serving just half his 48 year sentence in the assault and murder of toddler Courtney Clay in 1997, the victim's father was at the prison to protest the release 24 years it took a long time to get over the grief. Mm. I've started to celebrate her life instead of mourning her death, and now it's just I'll come back again. It's like it was all yesterday At the time of conviction, Williams was ordered to serve all of his murder sentence and at least 85% of his sexual assault sentence that was later ruled unconstitutional. Angelica Guerrero. Coy Aro has been come. The new replacement for Michael Madigan's 22nd District, Illinois house, See My mom made a decision many years ago to come to this country that knowing what would be her future. And her determination in her will and her success. I had her stand next to me when I took that oath because this position is not about me. It's about her railroad courtyards from Chicago's 13th Ward. She's married to a Chicago police officer and is the daughter of immigrants. He was mad again. Second choice. His first pick was Edward Code at was voted in on Monday and resigned Wednesday after what Madigan calls allegations of questionable behavior. Box. Khan could shift production at it's still under construction plant in southeast Wisconsin, from Elektronik screens to electric vehicles. WGN's Bryan Burrough reports. Foxconn Technology Group has signed a deal with California startup Fisker to build Elektronik vehicles, However, where those cars will be built, is still up in the air. Fisker is chairman telling The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that the Wisconsin property would be an obvious choice production could begin as soon as 2023. Box. Khan has not commented, but it's not dismiss the idea. The company continues to negotiate with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp for new terms to a deal that originally brought the facility to the state in exchange for massive tax incentives. Bryan Burrough WGN News, the Illinois told way system is making permanent but was supposed to be a temporary stoppage of cash collection at tolls during the pandemic. They stopped about a year ago. Now they plan to keep it that way. Most drivers use open road tolling with I pass. That's how the 92% of drivers paid tolls. The last time it was checked in 2019. It always says, since they're stopping cash collection permanently. They'll also buy may expand the program. Same did helping low income drivers. Starting next week, Cruz from the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation will begin collecting dibs items put out.

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"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

13:16 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Thirty w I s n I wanna talk. About this this injunction issued by Dane county judge about the laws and appointments passed during the extraordinary session. The state legislature held. In December of last year. Because I believe that these injunctions provide the perfect foundation for a couple of significant judicial reforms that need to happen in the state of Wisconsin. So let me get everybody in the same factual background here, Dane County Circuit Court. Judge Richard niece. You know, what Paul for the remainder of this topic will call him? Dick, niece, Richard knees thickness. So dick niece. The Dane county. Circuit court judge slapped a temporary injunction on the laws and appointments passed in the state legislatures extraordinary session. It's highly likely that dick niece's ruling and the injunction will be overturned on at the appellate level for reasons that Al explain here in a couple of minutes, but looking at the online article authored by Molly Beck and Patrick Marley. Gives us a good factual basis on this thing. So let me just quickly give you a couple of paragraphs says this Dane county judge on Thursday to series laws that limited the powers of democratic governor, Tony Evers and democratic attorney general Josh call the laws were introduced by GOP lawmakers and signed by governor Scott Walker after Iverson call one their elections. But before they were they took office the scope of the laws and the overnight floor session used a pass them drew national attention, Dane Coney circuit court judge. Richard dick niece on Thursday issued a temporary. Junction to block the lame duck laws after he found the Republican controlled legislature. Did not lawfully meet to pass them. This is this is the ultimate dis. Oh, there was a violation of the prescribed law on on where and when they met. So that's why these are all invalid. So they went to Tony the journal sentinel authors of this article went to for a quote and Iverson said, they actually his office issued a statement that said in part this court the legislature overplayed its hand by using an unlawful process to accumulate more power for itself and override the will of the people despite the outcome of last November's election, by the way, the will of the people he won by thirty thousand votes. It was one percentage point. I'm not sure that's quite a mandate. There for token. Tony Evers the statement goes on quote, I look forward to putting this disappointing chapter behind us. So we can move forward together to put the needs of the people of Wisconsin. I and quote, literally a couple of minutes after this ruling came out, the two leaders of Republican leaders in the legislature, the majority leader in the Senate, Scott FitzGerald, and Robin Voss assembly speaker. Put out a joint statement that says in part, quote, today's ruling only creates chaos it will surely raise questions about items passed during previous extraordinary sessions, including stronger laws against child sexual predators and drugged drivers. That's their statement said. Niece in his ruling barred anyone from enforcing the laws that were passed during a twenty four hour floor period in December by Republican lawmakers over the objection of democratic lawmakers along with both Ebert and call. Niece wrote in his decision, quote, the bottom line in this case is that the legislature did not lawfully meet during its December two thousand eighteen extraordinary session, therefore, violating the state constitution. The article goes on to say that in addition to striking on the lame duck laws nieces decision vacated eighty two appointments by Walker that senators confirmed during that same session. The ruling is Iverson chance to fill appointments, including ones on the university of Wisconsin systems board of regents in the public service commission as well as to appoint a new head at the Wisconsin, economic Development corP Redick. And it goes on to describe other things that are part and parcel of this. This ruling is convoluted, and it's based on a very very very fundamental flaw, the legislation excuse me, the legislative session in question was established in January of twenty seventeen in a joint resolution of the two houses of the Wisconsin legislature. In other words, it's a law. They established. A legislative session the scope legislation legislative session. In other words, how long that legislative session was to run. They established that. With a joint resolution a law. In january. Of 2017 seventeen the legislative session runs from January. Third twenty seventeen to January seventh. Twenty nine hundred. That was what the law prescribed the legislative session would be in terms of its scope its length. It is clear both constitutionally and in case law that the state legislature has the power to establish timeframes for floor sessions within the prescribed legislative session. The floor session in December of two thousand eighteen was just such a session. This has been going on for decades. And no one is ever thought it to be unconstitutional because quite frankly, it's not. Judge dick niece. Claimed that the legislative session ended in March two thousand eighteen no didn't they ended a floor session in two thousand eighteen they reestablished and call the floor session in December of two thousand eighteen. Marches what if floor session and did they called another floor session for twenty eighteen? I think one of the confusion confusing points of this is that they're calling this extraordinary session. Extraordinary sessions. This is what's been bandied about in the media in extraordinary session in the vernacular of the Wisconsin legislature is when the governor calls the legislation the legislation excuse me, the legislature into session. Usually, there's a reason for that. There could be a natural disaster. There could be some pressing need to to appropriate funds. Whatever it might be. Let me interject here you needn't, go searching for the badger NCW basketball game. And if you're Wisconsin basketball fan, and you only watch the tournament because there's Wisconsin teams involved while you're next three weeks. You've been pretty much freed up the badgers. Uffizi lose to twelve hundred Oregon by eighteen they get blown out seventy two fifty four was the final there. And I will make the statement if I'm not mistaken what our cat lose by eighteen ninety. So it's the second biggest loss since one thousand nine thousand nine hundred five twelve game engineered by the to Wisconsin teams since one thousand nine hundred nine the biggest loss in a five. Twelve game is Marquette's nineteen point loss to Murray state yesterday, the second largest is the badges eighteen point loss to Oregon that game just went final seventy to fifty four Paul is reported Paul has got one. I ended in probably know is on the shell. But so the the badgers could make a basket. Yeah. That's their outside shooting over the last couple of weeks been abysmal. So anyway, let me get back. So did call a floor session within the boundaries of the legally established legislative session, which is a two year window is not only not unconstitutional. It's been going on for you know, for almost five decades. And this extraordinary session misnomer might be one of the things that is confusing people. And I do believe that is a misnomer. If you want to hear a very detailed thorough examination. An explanation of this to news talk eleven thirty dot com and listen to dano Donald podcast from today. Right at the beginning of the show. He does about twenty minutes of this. And does it extraordinarily thorough job of explaining? Why this? This ruling is fundamentally incorrect. Now, let me get some other ten general things here. One of the first things that happened with literally within three hours. Of this ruling being issued by judge dick niece. Is that Tony Iverson? Josh Cole moved to get the state of Wisconsin off of the ObamaCare law suit. It's been a lawsuit filed by attorneys general of several states. Challenging aspects of ObamaCare Everts campaigned on the notion that if you were elected he would order, Josh, call the attorney general to remove Wisconsin from. That lawsuit and indeed within three hours of this ruling being handed down. They did do that it almost smells like this was coordinated. That's pretty quick. Now in the end that is simply virtue, signaling of Iverson. Call to Wisconsin's lefties, there's no. I mean, if Wisconsin's not on the lawsuit. There's like what eighteen nineteen twenty other states that are out there. It's no big deal. The lawsuit against ObamaCare is going forward. Some legal minds in the state are now wondering if the laws in this post elective election legislative session are unconstitutional, then are all laws passed in similar sessions in previous years. Are they also all unconstitutional? I don't know if you'll recall this, but after an election in December. Of the previous year the two hundred and fifty dollar loan to build the Pfizer. Foreign was passed legislatively in approved. Do we now call in at two hundred and fifty million dollar loan and the bonding that goes along with that? This gives us a window into activists jurisprudence, which can be defined this way. A judge wants to make a ruling based on ideology, or other factors factors other than a fair nonperson. Review of the law. And the way it works is that he or she makes the ruling they construct the ruling they want to issue, and then they work backwards to construct a legal justification for that ruling that my friends is both immoral and unethical. Judges are supposed to let the law and the evidence take them wherever might go to an impartial. Ruling. If you're a judge Henley, a case on abortion regulation, and your personal ideology says that abortion rights should be expanded. You should not predetermine that outcome and then twists the Lauder tried to justify that. Ruling it flirts the will of the people it is legally and ethically. Immoral. I think this case offers a great foundation for reform of the judicial of judicial procedures in the state of Wisconsin. I think these things should be at least examined seriously, there might be constitutional reasons that I'm unaware of why this would be prohibited. But at least it ought to be checked out. Here's the first thing. In cases, dealing with rulings related to an act of the state legislature. So in other words, you're challenging the constitutionality of a law passed by the legislature. I think that a good reform would be did injunctions can be stayed by an appellate court by mere notification of the defendants of their intent to appeal. In other words, if an injunction is imposed by a circuit court judge. And the defendants in the case make a formal statement to an appellate court. Whether that's a two line notarize things we intend to appeal this the appellate courts have the option of immediately lifting the stay in lieu of hearing the evidence if the appellate court thinks that the stay is unwarranted. Or motivated by nefarious reasons. They ought to have the ability to lift that excuse me a deal if that injunction, they ought to have the ability to stay the injunction..

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"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twenty WTMJ like the page answer the poll today, or we're talking about our guest in the eleven o'clock hour, Ken Kratz, former prosecutor in the Steven Avery, Brennan, indac-, case and cases. And what do you think? Did they prove that case? Yes, or no you can weigh in on Facebook and Twitter. You can find us at six twenty WTMJ on Twitter. I'm also on Twitter at WTMJ's, Steve's lots of choices lots of ways to enjoy the show. All right, number two of our four at ten. This is one of those things as drives me nuts. Because when we remember the lead up to the extraordinary session by Wisconsin legislature. Both the assembly center was all about Kimberly Clark. And protecting preexisting conditions. Neither of which happened during that extraordinary session. Well, governor Walker is now suggesting that there's still hope for some sort of a taxpayer funded incentive package four Kimberly Clark. And we know what's at stake hundreds of jobs with that company who has said unless they get something some sort of a package, they may leave the state that would vacate hundreds of jobs, maybe they relocate somewhere else. So the governor tweeted this yesterday asked the Senate to take a Bill to keep hundreds of good-paying, Kimberly, Clark jobs in Wisconsin. They didn't. So now, I'm trying to figure out other ways to keep them here. He he's been pretty vocal on this. And I do send some frustration from the governor on this issue. He was asked about a during a reporter scrums, basically win a bunch of media put the microphone in front of him. He was in P walkie yesterday for a summit and asked about Casey, my priorities and Kimberly Clark. That's why I asked the lawmakers to do extrordinary session in the first place. It's frustrate me that they didn't give us the tools media, Dan. And my focus on saying. Like, you said if I do nothing else, I'm gonna find a way I'm going to do everything in my power to find a way to save the jobs that can McCarthy one of the kind of grey areas here is whether or not the WDC Wisconsin economic development Corp gets involved, but they don't comment on ongoing work our status of of things maybe going on. So that's one possibility. Senate majority leader, Scott FitzGerald said that the governor had asked the WDC to pursue a package for Kimberly Clark separate from the legislation that never got through the chambers. Fitzgerald told wis politics, I've been told there's a lot of action that is still going on between WDC and Kimberly Clark. There could be some local incentives that are being discussed is a dad. No is there opportunity. Yes. And I think the governor's right to pursue it. But it's gotta be really careful government picking winners and losers in my mind. This is my opinion needs to be transformational almost need to be one of unique. I don't know that Kimberly Clark qualifies. But maybe the way this gets done is is not in in a tax payer funded incentives. Maybe it's something else beyond that whether it's local local dollars, but at least some bit of optimism for potential incentive package for Kimberly Clark, as they tried to figure out whether or not they closed plants in Wisconsin. So that's number two of our four at ten for biggest stories as we see it across Milwaukee, the state and the world coming up after the break horrible shooting in France. It is terrorism. It was a terrorist. And we have fatalities. Give the details from eastern France. The the latest in a story of international terrorism. That'll be number three of our four at ten and that'll be next as we have a Wednesday edition of the show ceased video with you right here. WTMJ WTMJ.

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"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Yeah. They show this guy. A man voices his displeasure over lame duck session of the joint finance committee. He's got his jacket and his arm. He's pointing at him yelling the guy looks like he's going to have a stroke. Just so deranged in terms of his anger. I can't believe you're going to codify the Wisconsin, economic Development corP. This is the end of the world break. Whenever my side tries to do things like this. It's the end of the world when their side does it. Well, this is just the normal process of governance. No, you don't have to get enough to be ugly toward twenty years. Personally, the way that they ought to Glen rose when I mentioned the yesterday the both s words were thrown at lea- book mere of it. You have to be willing to confront them on every issue and demand that your side buck up and beat them. And that does mean you need to encourage your side to remain strong. And we do have a few couple of weenies in the state Senate. Unfortunately, who weasel out of changing the presidential primary, of course, they should change the presidential primary because it's going to help your side keep a state supreme court seat. And if you like if you believe in caffeine, a conservative Justice on the state supreme court, you do what you can and ordered which order to happen occur for the same reason that the liberals will do the exact same thing if this would have benefited their side, and if you're not if you're like, I say, if you are afraid of using the power that you have to try to win then get out of office and don't run in the first place because the other side is fighting. With a venom and ferocity that most of us are accustomed to and my side therefore can't win boat like a bunch of a bunch of sissies in the face of this kind of intimidation and ugliness. As I say, there's still a fair amount of power that Republicans half of the state of Wisconsin. They have a lot of it right now for the next few weeks, and I'm demanding that they asserted and they're going to have some as they tried to deal with an even governorship at a neighbor's administration that the voters of this state also gave full control of the state legislature to Republicans at the very same time. You know, the next big fight is going to be the coming state supreme court election this spring, which is going to be a major fight. If the left wins at their one seat away from turning the court over to their side. And remember that any vacancy on the court is filled by Ebbers appointment. So if they win this one the next vacancy that comes up, we'll give the liberals the state supreme court. It is it is they're going to try to take whatever the Republicans do this week if they do anything they're going to try to take that to court. That's the way that they fight everything. And then they'll try to disengage disempower everything that was done once Hebrews becomes the governor. And then there's another court fight. And so on it's just the way they are. It's one thing to use this process to try to get your way with both sides have a right to do. They always other left take it to an uglier level. The people on the right are capable of doing. And again, I do not advocate taking things to an ugly level. I do advocate fighting them with every legitimate tool that you have and I advocate people on my side being engaged and informed and aware. So that you're not caught with your pants down such as I think some Republicans were by the venom with these protests. And yes, I think it's a significant problem again in a failure of conservatives and Republicans in Wisconsin that liberals had all these ads running on radio stations all over the state this week and that the right? Was it ready for demanding that we pass all of these bills that the rip the liberals are demanding that we not pass you needed to anticipate that they were going to do this. And you also needed to anticipate that they were going to try to pack the capital with these mobsters meaning there needed to be in more insistence early on that the capitol police force, which is. Is run by a bunch of Madison flower children, do a better job of securing the capital and protecting the Republican lawmakers that are there and for that matter enforcing some level of decorum within the chambers. Heckling enchanting as children are trying to sing Christmas carols. Goods goons. And a lot of these retired teachers, and they just have. So I served the state of Wisconsin for crying out loud. You were a teacher and maybe good. When maybe you're a bad when it's not like, you're at Afghanistan getting shot at you. So this gives you the legitimate right to go to the capital and act like a jackal give me a break. Paul says get a life this is their life. But under this is my point people on the right have to understand this is their life. And we can't just let a beat us because they're willing to fight dirtier than we are. There are still legitimate ways that you can fight back against them. But one of them is to use the power they have to pass legislation, which is what some Republicans are still trying to do this week. Yeah. Paul makes a good point the left for quiet. The people who say the yacht accept the results of democracy. Aren't they the people that try to recall all the people who are elected in twenty in two thousand ten and get him thrown out of office that way what my side to side organizing the recall right now. So that we're ready to go twelve twelve months at one day from now, you're well result respect the results of the election. What have you guys ever done that like the incredible respect they'd given for the results of the presidential election year? Right. They haven't tried to block Trump from doing anything vesting him out the wazoo. Changing the rules, changing, the terms, and all you can't do this. You can't do that. When you're sides willing to do literally anything got to break five. Oh, four news talk eleven thirty w..

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"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A radio and turning to six twenty wtmj friday morning everybody many of you are waking up today following the rescheduled fireworks so hopefully everybody's up an atom i'm tracy johnson filling in for steve skiff this morning on the final friday of summer fast and if you haven't been down there you've got a few more days it is going to be a perfect weekend and so many of you have off today our new cycle just doesn't slow down we have so many places to cover today we might not be able to fit it all in so the national and international platform is really taking center stage with another trump resignation and no shortage of controversy there and of course harley davidson right in the middle of the tariff talks and china imposing new tariffs on the united states we're going to talk about that in the ten o'clock hour and we'll also have with us tricia brine deputy director for the wisconsin economic development corp who just returned from an international trade venture so she'll be with us talking about that in the ten o'clock hour and a numb a growing number of americans are cutting the cord getting rid of their cable services in hopes of saving a few bucks so this week there have been a number of recent developments that may make you rethink that so we'll discuss and then in the eleven o'clock hour will have with us a regular to the show christian schneider he'll be in studio today talking about his new column in j s online as well as a number a number of other topics including the supreme court pick and more but first this morning we have breaking news a number of wisconsin supreme court decisions have been released including one that we at wtmj have been following very closely the mcadams versus marquette university mcadams so many of you know with suspended by marquette university for two thousand four two thousand fourteen blog post criticizing graduate student philosophy instructor who was confronted by a student because they do not allow them to insert gay marriage into a classroom so just recounting kind of the background here the student recorded the after class conversation and then shared it with mcadams he then posted it on his blog and as a result the instructor received a number of a of communications she was fearful of her safety and she contacted the university as a result the university suspended make atoms and so this case has been going on for a number of years right now and the issues being disputed are a matter of freedom of speech and at the core at the core were professor mcadams liberties swells purchase contract with marquette he could not have been fired or suspended if it would infringe on his academic freedom and personal expression writes in marquette university is or was disputing this so we're also looking at was this graduate student acting in the role as an instructor or as a student all of these things were considered during the hearing that took place earlier this year so the arguments were heard and decided by six justices because justice annette ziegler did not hear the case and so the decision was released today and as as we just reported professor mcadams prevailed in this case and the decision was at marquette university violated its contract mcadams was represented by the wisconsin institute for liberty and law and steve had president regardless in bergen yesterday to break down the history of the case the various angles of what could happen by we want to hear right from professor mcadams and he's going to be with us when we return from the break we'll be breaking down this decision we'll also be hearing from marquette university.

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Walkies sherman phoenix project inches closer to opening the wisconsin economic development corp operation awarding two hundred fifty thousand dollars in grants to the community hub that's being built on the site damaged by fires in two thousand sixteen coda belzberg joanne severe just now seeing the rejuvenation of interest so when you say are do we feel like we get there we will it'll beecher over twenty local businesses but there's still work to be done the tennis already our neighbors ready and i would say that we are working on raising the funds german phoenix hopes to open this fall in milwaukee sherman park neighborhood tony better wtmj news new report details nearly six hundred thousand dollars that's been paid out by u w madison over the last ten years to settle allegations of sexual misconduct by employees the largest settlement detailed was for two hundred fifty thousand dollars back in two thousand eight and a case that involved accusations that three male employees and the facilities planning and management department sexually harassed a female co worker we're going to have much more on this story coming up at four ten coming up if you're of a certain agents suddenly losing weight visit to the doctor may be in order wtmj news time three oh five it's there are a lot of emotions involve on it's time for you or your parents downsized and moved from that longtime home sadness fear and the biggest roadblock frustration from feeling too overwhelmed to begin the exhausting process i'm bruce nemo vets and this is my wife jean we had senior realtor now that downsizing leaving the home you love is hard to get past when you're ready to sell person i help families to ease that burden we provide all the services you'll need to get through the entire process see our video and learn more at senior realtor dot com we all love giving gifts to our children i didn't know that mighty into moving to luther manor would be one of the best gifts i could give my daughter my move gave her freedom to pursue her own interest and to travel because of a great care i receive at luther manor she spends less time worrying about me and more time enjoying her life this or manner has been.

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"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Gene miller sent you that i'll be coming back soon wtmj news time is eight twenty taking a look at the fiveday wtmj forecasts now partly cloudy conditions were scattered snow showers and a high of thirty two tonight mainly cloudy lows of 20 monday becoming mostly sunny highs of 25 tuesday mostly sunny and breezy with a high of twenty nine degrees wednesday cloudy slight chance of rain and snow with a high of forty one thursday cloudy conditions with a high of eighteen to graze looking at temperatures around the area right now in janesville their reporting twenty five degrees in west dallas is twenty well look at a twenty seven degrees in west allah's right now and for that matter 27 agrees in a greater milwaukee always a pleasure checking in with the editor in chief of milwaukee business journal mr mark kassebaum ththey past week dan's business financial lend develop happenings so let's start with what had story is all about involving the bidding process for amazon largely happening out of public view in under the radar so mark you in your colleagues out your publication lurks a mattress stuff about the way wisconsin economic development corp one about taking those bids for the amazon project what happen where the realty what are we spread about a week at a story john ryan of our staff he at ukhaa the number of open wreck your question what he foul was at the end catching what rick like for the state to foul one amazon that other state and other city dominant glad about half way through the process the question with that well if we do this it talking to be open to the public i run ever be able to it because as a state agency or as a quasi all the records are open so what they then instructed was that the three of local economic development agencies which are climate they instructed them to actually submit the proposal so they would not have to release them to the public even though.

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"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"wisconsin economic development corp." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You that i'll be coming back soon wtmj news time is eight twenty taking a look at the fiveday wtmj forecasts now partly cloudy conditions were scattered snow showers and a high of thirty two tonight mainly cloudy lows of 20 monte becoming mostly sunny highs of 25 tuesday mostly sunny and breezy with a high of twenty nine degrees wednesday cloudy slight chance of rain and snow with a high of forty one thursday cloudy conditions with a high of eighteen degrees looking at temperatures around the area right now in janesville their reporting twenty five degrees in west dallas it is twenty well look at a twenty seven degrees in west allah's right now and for that matter 27 agrees in a greater milwaukee always a pleasure checking in with the editor in chief of milwaukee business journal mr mark kassebaum ththey past week dan's business financial lend develop and happenings so let's start with what had story is all about involving the bidding process for amazon largely happening out of public view in under the radar so mark you and your colleagues out your publication lurks a mattress stuff about the way wisconsin economic development corp one about taking those bids for the amazon project what happen where the relative what are we spread about a week at a story shan ryan of our staff he actually call the number of open wreck your question what he foul was at the and catching what rick like for the state to foul one bit amazon that other state and other city ominous glad about half way through the process the question with asked well if we do this it talking to be open to the public i run ever be able to see it because as a state agency or as a quasi all the records are open so what they then instructed was that the three titled local economic development agencies which are climate they instructed them to actually submit the.

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