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Your Views: Student welfare sacrificed for corporate greed

Kudos to Sen. Janis Ringhand for her three-year effort to help bring some relief to the debt-ridden students of our state. She pointed out in a recent editorial that such legislation would not only benefit students, but also pump millions of dollars...

Your Views: Milton referendum isn’t about the kids

Please people of Milton don't let all the signs around town scare you. We will have our say on Nov. 8.

I'm sure we all want our schools to be brought up to date and safety issues addressed at all of our schools.

The signs say it is for...

Our Views: Apply brakes to Walker's road test proposal

The state Division of Motor Vehicles road test, a rite of passage for many teenagers, represents one of the last hurdles between dependency and freedom.

Pass the test, get a driver's license. Fail, hale mom's taxi service.

The test is...

Your Views: Milton referendum addresses academic needs

It has come to the attention of Milton citizenry to question how an $87 million referendum will increase PK-12 student academic achievement. The purpose of this letter is to outline examples solidifying such ideation.

To maintain a high level...

Your Views: Clinton is the obvious choice

This isn't a normal election. In a normal election, a voter could judge the candidates side by side on issues.

Hillary Clinton has a record of service and many progressive ideas. Donald Trump's record is rife with bankruptcies, adventures like...

Your Views: Candians bewildered by Trump support

My husband and I just finished an enjoyable month of volunteering in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (Yeah, Canadian nice!) Without fail, every Canadian that we talked with mentioned Donald Trump. One good friend wondered aloud if Americans realized how the rest...

Sound Off for Wednesday, Sept. 28: Mistie Bass, 'offensive' Trump cartoon and deafening music
Your Views: Now is the time to pass referendum

The residents of the Milton School District are facing critical decisions on Nov. 8 regarding the future of educational opportunities for our children.

The decisions we make will determine our willingness to invest in our schools in order to...

Other Views: Secret funding shift hurts public education

Gov. Scott Walker refuses to fund road repairs with the revenue sources dedicated for this purpose by law—the gas tax and license fees. This has resulted in a billion dollar deficit in the roads budget.

The Walker policy has been to delay ...

Your Views: Editorial board should back rule change for legal notices

It was with great pleasure that I read where The Gazette editorial board is concerned with saving taxpayers money. My proposal, I am sure, should also be encouraged by the board since it will be saving taxpayers millions.

The Legislature must...

Columns

Walters: Assembly Republicans try again to upstage Walker
Steven Walters: Beer tax proposal on tap
Steven Walters: Here’s how the state spends your tax dollars
Dick Polman: AP gets zilch on Clinton Foundation
Kathleen Parker: Taking aim at Hillary’s heel

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Milton referendum addresses academic needs
Your Views: Clinton is the obvious choice
Your Views: Candians bewildered by Trump support
Your Views: Student welfare sacrificed for corporate greed
Your Views: Milton referendum isn’t about the kids

Our Views

Our Views: Apply brakes to Walker's road test proposal
Our Views: Energy renaissance lifting up Rock County
Our Views: Sport leagues protect only some speech
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Sept. 26
Our Views: Academic freedom under fire

Other Views

Other Views: Secret funding shift hurts public education
Other Views: Big increase in funding for prison system likely
Other Views: Move beyond complaints about Freitag
Other Views: Rebuilding freeways is a need, not a want Craig Thompson
Walters: Republicans now say attempt to weaken Open Records Law was a mistake

Sound Off

Sound Off for Wednesday, Sept. 28: Mistie Bass, 'offensive' Trump cartoon and deafening music
Sound Off for Sunday, Sept. 25: stolen puppy, voter drive and 'My Fair Lady'
Sound Off for Wednesday, Sept. 21: NYC bombings, school teachers and 'birther' movement
Sound Off for Sunday, Sept. 18: City manager, 'um' and anthem protests
Sound Off for Wednesday, Sept. 14: Flag displays, national anthem and Janesville City Council