Local • 3A, 6A
Walker reiterates tariff stance
Gov. Scott Walker visited Seneca Foods in Janesville on Tuesday and suggested he might take his opposition to President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum to another level if Trump won’t change his course. The tariffs would substantially raise costs for some Wisconsin businesses, which could cause companies to leave, Walker said.
Arrests lead to discussion
A 30-minute discussion on renewing the Vegas Gentleman’s Club’s license during Tuesday’s Darien Town Board meeting centered on the arrest of several club employees who police say were involved in a large drug sweep through southern Wisconsin on Feb. 22. Board members said they want to meet with Walworth County officials to seek countywide reform of ordinances that cover sexually oriented businesses.
State • 2A
Nursing home sued over shot
The U.S. Justice Department sued a Wisconsin nursing home Tuesday on behalf of an employee who claims her religious beliefs were violated because she was forced to take a flu shot. The lawsuit filed in federal court in Milwaukee alleges a woman “suffered severe emotional distress” because her employer required her to be vaccinated or face losing her job in October 2016.