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Donald Trump sharply criticizes the timing of the release of GOP Rep. Paul Ryan's budget plan, saying it could lead to a Republican loss in this year's Presidential election.
Three states are voting in the GOP primary today. CNBC's John Harwood explains why Wisconsin is critical to the overall outcome.
Mitt Romney's hopes for a solid win in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary may depend on a strong showing along Interstate 94, which bisects Milwaukee's GOP-rich western suburbs.
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Gov. Scott Walker, (R-WI), discusses job creation in his state and weighs in on the GOP race for the White House.
Gov. Scott Walker, (R-WI), defends his position on union reforms, and discusses whether a recall effort against him will embolden public unions to flex their muscles nationwide.
Leaders of Indiana's state legislature say their No. 1 priority when session opens Wednesday will be to push through a a right-to-work law, aimed at curbing private sector unions, the New York Times reports.
CNBC's Darren Rovell reports the Green Bay Packers are expanding its IPO by 30,000 shares.
Despite continuing economic troubles, more Americans are planning to travel this holiday season. The following top 10 busiest cities are those that have the highest percentage of flights during the holidays.
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Sharing insight into how the NFL league is faring financially since the recession and the latest on the stadium construction, with Mark Murphy, Green Bay Packers president/CEO and CNBC's Darren Rovell.
Wisconsin will hold its final two recall elections Tuesday amid signs that the bellwether state might be swinging back left after jumping on the tea party bandwagon in 2010, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
The outcome was seen as a victory for Gov. Scott Walker, a Republican whose move to curtail collective bargaining rights for public workers this year set off a firestorm of protests, then counterprotests and finally a summer of unprecedented recall efforts, the New York Times reports.
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If there’s ever a year for a state like North Dakota to shake up the coveted top five of CNBC's Top States For Business rankings, this would seem to be it.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s highly controversial plan to rein in public employee unions is still tied up in the courts. But one reason fellow governors are watching Wisconsin so closely—beyond the bare-knuckled politics—is Walker’s claim that, among other things, the plan would mean Wisconsin is “open for business.”
A Wisconsin judge issued a temporary restraining order Friday blocking the state's new and contentious collective bargaining law from taking effect.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has officially taken away nearly all collective bargaining rights from the vast majority of the state's public employees.
Wisconsin lawmakers voted Thursday to strip nearly all collective bargaining rights from the state's public workers, ending a heated standoff over labor rights and delivering a key victory to Republicans who have targeted unions in efforts to slash government spending nationwide.
Thousands of Wisconsin state workers were bracing for layoff notices Friday as Republican Gov. Scott Walker and absent Democrats remained in a standoff over a budget balancing bill that would also strip public workers of their collective bargaining rights.