Gov. Scott Walker got much of what he wanted Tuesday from the Legislature’s Joint Finance committee. It agreed to give the governor power to sell or lease state property, and without a competitive bidding process.
A tongue-twisting metal called molybdenum has entered the vocabulary of some people in southeastern Wisconsin. They’ve learned it’s in their well water. The metal exists in the earth’s crust, but when concentrations increase, health concerns mount. WUWM Environmental Reporter Susan Bence met a Raymond couple grappling with the unknowns.