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I ask readers to think of fellow residents working two or three minimum-wage jobs, only to still live in poverty.
After looking through cases of infant homicide in Wisconsin, I found that district attorneys don't like to charge these cases as harshly as they should be.
When it comes to public communication and transparency, Janesville Police Chief Dave Moore is above reproach.
We need to come together and see what businesses or programs we can bring into the community for our children that will meet their needs.
Some in Washington are proposing serious cuts to Medicare Advantage. Past funding reductions have already led to higher costs and reduced benefits for seniors.
In 2014, 865 boys in Wisconsin became Eagle Scouts. More than 13,000 other Scouts assisted on Eagle projects, contributing more than 100,000 hours of service.
For those who appear to be addicted to regulation, and not to public health, e-cigarettes provide an unwelcome challenge.
While an additional 5 mph might not seem like much, it would increase the stopping distance of a truck by as much as 100 feet, or 20 percent.
There has been one election since Michael Brown was killed, yet only 12 percent of all registered voters bothered to vote and most of those voters were older whites!
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