Wisconsin Independent Businesses

Wisconsin small, independent businesses owners need a voice in state government. WIB has a full-time lobbyist who advocates on behalf of the needs and concerns of small, independent businesses.

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In 1977, Wisconsin Independent Businesses (WIB) was formed to provide small, independent businesses with an effective voice in state government. More than three decades later, WIB has become one of the state’s largest small business advocacy organizations.

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Video of the Week - 1/21/15

Governor Walker Explains his Plans for Financing of New Bucks Arena

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News of the Day - 1/27

U.S. Senate Votes to Build Keystone Pipleline

The Senate on Thursday voted 62-36 to build the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline, delivering Republicans the first legislative victory of their new majority. Nine Democrats joined with Republicans in voting to approve the $8 billion project, five votes short of the two-thirds majority that would be needed to override a promised veto from President Obama.

The bill now heads to the House, where Republicans are determined to act quickly to force Obama into taking what they believe will be a politically unpopular stand against a project that would carry oil sands from Canada to refineries on the Gulf Coast.

The earliest the Keystone bill could reach Obama would be next week — just as the State Department receives final comments on the proposal to build the pipeline.

Agencies are required to send their recommendations about the pipeline to the State Department on Feb. 2, bringing the six-yearlong review of the Canada-to-Texas project one step closer to completion.

It’s possible that the Keystone bill and Secretary of State John Kerry’s recommendation on whether the project is in the national interest could reach Obama simultaneously, potentially helping the president avoid a veto that would anger some centrist Democrats and labor unions.


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