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Rewarding Work: DHS Releases Governor Walker’s Plan to Reform Health Care Benefit for Childless Adults

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Wisconsin Curbs Drinking Culture: Progress Among Youth

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FREE Remediation Workshop with CHMM Recertification Credits!! Thursday, April 27th

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulates nonfederal hydropower projects. Prior to constructing such a project, a sponsor must obtain a license from FERC; once issued, licensees must commence construction within a specific period of time. Before applying for a license to commence construction, a potential licensee has the option to seek a preliminary...
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