The week in review:
WEDC named Coleman Peiffer Business and Investment Attraction Director.
The Wisconsin State Journal reported that a memo regarding new civil service rules was sent to state employees. The civil service reform law takes effect July 1. Senate Labor and Government Reform held a public hearing on State Civil Service Reform Implementation. WisEye Video.
Gov. Walker announced the finalists for the Wisconsin Supreme Court: Mark Gundrum, Thomas Hruz, Daniel Kelly.
Rep. Gannon has drafted the “Disarmed Citizen Compensation Act” (LRB-4963). According to Rep. Gannon’s release “This bill will hold public places, mainly businesses, legally responsible for any harm to a guest, visitor or consumer on their premise that is injured by a weapon banned under a “No Weapons Allowed” policy posted at that same establishment.”
The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Milwaukee’s residency requirement saying, “Because Wis. Stat. § 66.0502 uniformly affects every city or village, it trumps section 5-02 of the City’s charter. As a result, Milwaukee may no longer enforce its residency requirement.”
Britain votes to leave the EU. Bloomberg.