Pence promotes Trump’s tax overhaul plan in Wisconsin


Visiting Wendall Manufacturing in Waukesha Thursday, Vice President Pence promoted the new Trump administration tax overhaul plan, saying: “The bottom line is tax cuts create jobs, tax cuts create growth. It’s worked here in Wisconsin, and it’s going to work across the United States of America.” > Wisconsin Public Radio

‘It’s devastating Trump’s here’, say Waukesha GE workers whose jobs are moving to Canada

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President Trump’s Waukesha visit had Waukesha GE employees speaking out that they consider the President and Paul Ryan to have failed them as they prepare to lose their jobs to Canada. GE announced they plant closure before November but many employees believed his promise that he’d keep jobs in America and voted for him. > WDJT Milwaukee

Trump to put focus on Wisconsin’s growing apprentice program


Wisconsin’s growing apprenticeship program will come into the spotlight with President Donald Trump’s visit Tuesday to Waukesha County Technical College. Ivanka Trump will be joining him for the workforce development and apprenticeship push he’s begun this week. > AP News / US News

President Trump and Ivanka to visit Waukesha County Tech on Tuesday


On Tuesday President Trump and his daughter Ivanka will visit Waukesha County Technical College as part of Trump’s pivot to spotlighting workforce development and apprenticeships. Joined by Governor Walker, the group will also participate in a roundtable discussion with local business owners, and Trump will headline a Walker fundraiser that evening. > WDJT Milwaukee

In Paul Ryan’s backyard, good jobs are moving to Canada


President Trump has blasted companies for shipping U.S. jobs to Mexico. But Canada is also aggressively luring factories from across the border. The Canadian government gave GE $2 billion in incentives to shut down in Wisconsin and move to a city in Ontario, Canada, which is a huge blow for the town of Waukesha.  > CNN Money

Waukesha’s plan to divert and return Lake Michigan water survives

The Great Lakes Compact Council unanimously voted to let Waukesha keep its approval to divert millions of gallons of Lake Michigan water per day and return treated wastewater to the lake via the Root River.  >  Racine Journal Times