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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - United States Department Of Commerce
Gov. Scott Walker's campaign demanded Friday that Democratic challenger Mary Burke's first campaign television ad be taken off the air, insisting it falsely claims that unemployment went up since Walker took office.
The Tri-City Development Council has picked the URS Corp. to study the possible benefits of building a small modular nuclear reactor system at the Hanford nuclear reservation.
Just weeks after President Obama expressed outrage in 2012 over lavish conference spending by federal employees, the government laid out more than $1.1 million for another gathering in Florida that involved free food, alcohol and live entertainment.
The Topeka Capital-Journal, March 3
The Republican Governors Association has released its second attack ad against Democrat Mary Burke in the Wisconsin governor's race.
State commerce officials say exports by Kansas companies grew by 6.46 percent in 2013, pushed by growth in the sales of cereals and other agricultural products.
American businesses ordered fewer long-lasting manufactured goods in January, cutting their demand for aircraft, autos and machinery. But a key category that reflects business investment rose a solid 1.7 percent. Demand for electronic products and fabricated metals such as steel rose.
Six projects are getting a total of nearly $390,000 in funding this quarter from the North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission.
A chancellor has appointed the state Department of Commerce and Insurance as receiver of a Memphis-area cemetery.
The state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs is trying to make it easier to check whether a professional in Hawaii is licensed.
Companies are making use of cost-sharing programs for hiring interns in North Dakota's competitive job environment.
A Little Falls credit union has been liquidated as the FBI investigates reports of accounting irregularities.
Idaho's lackluster tax incentives make it flyover country for many companies looking to relocate or expand. That's the verdict of Department of Commerce Director Jeff Sayer, the state's top economic development promoter, who pitched a plan Friday he believes would help change that.
It could be years before a French nuclear enricher builds a proposed $3 billion plant near Idaho Falls, but Department of Commerce Director Jeff Sayer remains optimistic the company will eventually break ground.