Regulatory

The alliance with the White House had turned into a risk for corporate leaders.
by Josh Boak, AP Economics Writer
2:36pm
8.17.2017
The tax breaks up for a vote Thursday would be the largest in state history and the biggest to a foreign company in the U.S.
by Scott Bauer, The Associated Press
10:31am
8.17.2017
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The panel to advise on manufacturing issues continues to lose members early after the president's bungled response to recent violence in Virginia.
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1:29pm
8.16.2017
Aluminum Shapes laid off 61 workers after workplace safety regulators proposed nearly $2 million in fines for dozens of recent violations.
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3:03pm
8.15.2017
Maine officials say they plan to use $21 million from their settlement on projects that can reduce nitrogen oxide emissions.
by The Associated Press
2:47pm
8.15.2017
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A Wisconsin state Assembly committee approved a $3 billion tax incentive package on Monday for Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group.
by Scott Bauer, The Associated Press
10:06am
8.15.2017
The White House maintains that the House and Senate will begin considering a detailed tax overhaul after the August recess.
by Josh Boak, AP Economics Writer
3:24pm
8.14.2017
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The revisions would tie tax credits to the number of living-wage jobs created and encourage the company to hire Wisconsin residents.
by Todd Richmond, Associated Press
3:18pm
8.14.2017
President Donald Trump is poised to seek a trade investigation of China for the alleged theft of American technology and intellectual property.
by Jonathan Lemire & Josh Boak, The Associated Press
10:17am
8.14.2017
Although scenario planning for a border tax is critical, it’s also important to realize that a border tax is far from inevitable.
by Ambrose Conroy
2:04pm
8.11.2017
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Trump and his environmental agency chief have complained that federal regulations are often too onerous and stifle the growth of American businesses.
by Michael Biesecker, Associated Press
1:47pm
8.11.2017
Martin Schulz said in an interview published Friday that binding quotas would help support electric car technology.
by The Associated Press
1:39pm
8.11.2017
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The state Office of Energy Resources says their main source of funding — settlement funds from petroleum violations — is no longer available to use.
by The Associated Press
2:24pm
8.10.2017
Foxconn's first U.S. factory could decide to go elsewhere if the $3 billion package isn't approved by Sept. 30.
by Todd Richmond, The Associated Press
10:35am
8.10.2017
The Trump administration put the royalty valuation rule on hold in February after mining companies challenged it in federal court.
by Matthew Daly, The Associated Press
1:51pm
8.8.2017
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American Indian tribes fighting the Dakota Access pipeline want a federal judge to shut down the line while more environmental review is done.
by Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press
1:36pm
8.8.2017
The political desire to switch to get rid of traditional engines runs into a number hurdles in the real world.
by David McHugh, AP Business Writer
2:52pm
8.3.2017
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Wisconsin environmental groups warned the plan would jeopardize wetlands, leave the public in the dark and set an alarming precedent.
by Todd Richmond, Associated Press
3:01pm
8.1.2017
Senate Democrats said they won't support any overhaul that delivers cuts to the top 1 percent or adds to the government's $20 trillion debt.
by Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
2:41pm
8.1.2017
The European Union's anti-fraud office says it has completed an investigation into possible misuse of EU loans by Volkswagen.
by The Associated Press
10:44am
8.1.2017
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The trucking industry is looking to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to address questions about the effectiveness of side underride guards.
by Mary Esch, Associated Press
3:45pm
7.31.2017
The move could help to end a government lawsuit alleging the company installed illegal pollution control software on 104,000 diesel vehicles.
by Tom Krisher, AP Auto Writer
1:54pm
7.28.2017
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The suspended rules include provisions regarding combustible dust exposure, construction noise and vehicles driving in reverse at factories.
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3:01pm
7.27.2017
Gov. Jerry Brown cheered the extension of one of the most ambitious programs in the U.S. to reduce fossil fuel pollution.
by Ellen Knickmeyer & Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
3:07pm
7.26.2017
Republicans aren't usually big on raising taxes, but they're really eager to eliminate the federal deduction for state and local taxes.
by Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press
3:06pm
7.24.2017
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The president signed an executive order Friday for a 270-day review to be led by the Defense Department.
by Josh Boak, AP Economics Writer
10:34am
7.24.2017
White House budget office data showed that 469 rules were withdrawn and 391 were delayed in the administration's first five months.
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12:12pm
7.21.2017
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The White House and congressional Republicans have been privately negotiating their tax package for weeks, with no public sign that they're near a consensus.
by Philip Marcelo, Associated Press
11:48am
7.21.2017
Wisconsin is one of several Midwest states vying for a $7 billion display panel manufacturing plant that could employ up to 10,000 people.
by Scott Bauer, Associated Press
2:32pm
7.20.2017
The bill prohibits any state from imposing its own laws related to the design and construction of self-driving cars.
by The Associated Press
2:48pm
7.19.2017
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