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Members of Mission: Readiness are fanning out across Capitol Hill with their new report in hand to persuade lawmakers not to ease up on the healthy-eating regulations.
What most critics don't appreciate is that Janesville is a well-run city with statistically frugal spending, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
A successful commercial program for trips to the station also will free NASA to concentrate on travel to more distant destinations in space, including asteroids and Mars.
It's imperative to show the Islamic State it made a mistake
The NFL has talked a great game. It claims to have zero tolerance for off-field violence by its players. But the league's actions suggest its definition of zero tolerance is situational.
The Gazette understands and respects provisions to protect a juvenile suspect's identity, and it has covered juvenile courts in Rock County for decades without issue.
Walker now faces a $1.8 billion hole in the budget due to poorly conceived tax policy and a lagging state economy. Fiscal reality makes it negligent to continue to reject the Medicaid money.
Coming less than two months before the November election, the ruling threatens to make balloting difficult for voters and election officials.
So what difference does one more misfortune make in a distant, unfortunate place? A big difference, it turns out.
This is a time to show American resolve and strength, and the United States is never stronger than when it acts with bipartisan unity.
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