June 2014

Wednesday June 25, 2014 (11:30am)
The Madison Club
5 E. Wilson Street
Madison, Wisconsin

Canadian Consul General Roy Norton will speak on Canada-Wisconsin Relations: State of Play on June 25, 2014 in Madison, Wisconsin.

Examine and discuss the Canada-Wisconsin relationships on energy, trade, environment and agriculture with Consul General Roy B. Norton, head of the Canadian Consulate in Chicago.

There is a fee for this WisPolitics.com/WisBusiness.com event, and registration is required. For more information, download the event flyer.

The Tri-State Transporation Campaign (TSTC) has just published a breakdown of the differences between the Grow America Act and the MAP-21 Reauthorization bill.

The current federal transportation bill, MAP-21, is expiring soon, and our leaders in Washington have come up with two new bills to potentially replace it. Earlier last month, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee released its MAP-21 Reauthorization proposal, which was unanimously approved within just a few days. The other proposal is the GROW AMERICA Act, which the White House released in late April. As MAP-21 nears expiration, it’s important to understand some key differences between the two options currently on the table and what they would both mean for investments for sustainable transportation.

For the complete breakdown, visit TSTC