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Let’s be clear. The war on women is based on just one thing—abortion rights.
In light of the economic downturn, the school board was wise to scrap referendum plans. Six years later, however, district facilities aren't getting younger.
The Marquette poll showed Burke’s position on Medicaid money was favored by more than 2-to-1 margin over Walker’s decision.
When Janesville’s second Irish Fest kicks off Thursday, visitors and residents alike will find more of a centralized, downtown identity to the four days of fun.
Serious or not, the suggestion shows how far the anti-immigrant tide has carried some politicians from realistically addressing border security and immigration reform.
Thumbs Up to replacing 55 miles of rail line and the Coats for Kids program; Thumbs Down to driving without a license and restricting journalists in wilderness areas.
For the first time during his stewardship of the war on terrorism, President Obama at least sounds single-minded. If not quite Henry V, he is no longer Hamlet.
In what every national and state poll says is a too-close-to-call election, the 2012 “no recall” voters will play a key role in determining whether Walker is re-elected Nov. 4.
JCPenney and Kmart are national chains with financial problems that stretch far beyond Janesville.
That Hispanics hold differing and sometimes conflicting political beliefs and views on immigration shouldn’t be a surprise—and is not a weakness.
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