The WI Senate Labor and Regulatory Reform Committee has scheduled a public hearing on Senate Bill 665, the agreed-bill from the Worker’s Compensation Advisory Council that contains a medical fee schedule for worker’s compensation injuries . The hearing is set for February 14 at 10:00 a.m. in room 411 South of the state capitol. MWFPA […]
The EPA and Army Corps of Engineers are formally acting to delay the effective date of the Obama-era “waters of the U.S.” rule by two years to give the Trump administration time to implement a replacement. The Supreme Court essentially forced the administration to delay the effective date by ruling that the appeals court that originally put […]
WI Gov. Scott Walker gave his eighth State of the State Address Wednesday. In addition to playing up the state’s successes, he urged lawmakers to overhaul welfare rules and approve both a child tax credit and a proposal to make health care affordable to all. The cost of the child care credits is expected to […]
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue made it clear Wednesday that the Administration wants significant changes in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps. Read more from AgriPulse.
Ahead of a congressional hearing today, FDA announced that it is releasing a draft guidance that will speed the issuance of calls and spell out what should be in company warnings to consumers. The guidance also advises companies on when FDA would issue its own warnings to consumers. The guidance will apply to animal and […]
The Minnesota House and Senate filed a lawsuit on Tuesday asking a judge to overturn Gov. Mark Dayton’s veto of their funding for the next two years. The lawsuit, filed in Ramsey County District Court, claims Dayton’s constitutional veto power doesn’t allow him to defund the Legislature. Lawmakers are also asking for an immediate order […] […]