Until recently, debates over federalism—the division of power between state and national government—may have been the exclusive province of politics nerds and “Hamilton” super fans. But now it’s part of the national discussion over the response to COVID-19.
Every business in America is being significantly affected by the COVID-19 outbreak and related economic woes. For non-profits, the impact may be no less significant. One online CNN commentator recently warned it could be an “extinction-level event” for many community service organizations.
Wisconsin manufacturers are pivoting from their original businesses to help make personal protective equipment for health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic - but will it be enough?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture extended its deadline for milk producers to apply for the Dairy Margin Protection Program — an insurance system to compensate producers if prices fall. What the program means for Wisconsin's dairy farmers?
Low milk prices have been hitting farmers America's Dairyland hard, including among farmers in western Wisconsin. A Seneca feed store owner, Tammy Olson, organized a town hall meeting to bringing farmers and elected officials together to discuss these challenges.