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Not as bad as the new Florida law. I read somewhere that Jimbo Fisher could not offer his Pruitt (the new DC) a multi-year contract because a new state law limits severance packages for state employees to 20 months. If its accurate, imagine when the big boys coming calling for Muschamp or Fisher.
So do you have any insight on the Laws Beliema sighted that limited his assistants salaries. I tried some google research but came up with nothing. Wonder how they're limited.
**When googling something does anybody ever hit next page? Honestly can't remember last time I hit next in a google search. If it's not on the the first page it doesn't exist.
This is a good start. Have fun buddy
Wisconsin State Legislature
Yeah. I'll get right on breaking that down. Didn't RMJ go to Law School? Get him on the case.
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Lol that is what I do every day broseph. Statutes, pending legislation, administrative rules, fiscal impacts, and budgeting.
Haha, I have next week off maybe (not likely) I will dive into what MTayl posted. I don't know the specifics, but I know Walker made some major reforms regarding public workers once he entered office.
Sadly, I work in a research heavy position so I go multiple pages into google search more than once or twice a day.
One of two educated guesses:
A.) its similar to Peterson in Boise, the state legislature must vote to increase salaries for state employees and the government has been dealing with so much gridlock that hasn't been a priority.
B.) They have a pay freeze on all public employees and can not raise coaches salaries due to that.
It also could be state budget issues, I don't handle the budget research for my organization so I don't know how Wisconsin is doing as a state.
MTayl any insight?
Without diving into Wisconsin Law (I am not fluent in Canadian) I would guess you are right. That link has gateways to statutes and rules (or however they name them as each state is different) in there. I am guessing there is a cap on certain levels, and the asst. coaches fall at a certain level as defined by statute and the statute gives no exemptions. If they wanted to fix it, it would be a two line tech chance that would have to be introduced in all likelihood.
Hey now, our laws may be a little screwed up....but we are not Wisconsin......
Your guys' cops are called mounties.
Only the dress up ones that like to set bad case law.....they don't really count.
Are you sure?? A quick google search came up with this. "Increases For Noon ET College Football on ESPN: Saturday’s Northwestern/Penn State college football game drew a 1.9 overnight rating on ESPN, up a whopping 217% from Minnesota/Purdue in the same slot last year (0.6)."..."From the no-surprise department, the Penn State season opener attracted a large television audience Saturday afternoon.
Saturday’s Ohio/Penn State college football game drew a 2.4 U.S. rating and 3.503 million viewers on ESPN, up 71% in ratings and 74% in viewership from Akron/Ohio State last year (1.4, 2.011M)."...
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