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Some people in the food business might oppose the plan, but if Walworth County can take over health inspections and improve service without raising costs, the idea makes sense.
This should have been a no-brainer—an easy “yes.” But Republicans refused to support even the creation of a task force on clean-energy jobs.
Like it or not, it’s no longer economically, socially or politically feasible to be seen as a state hostile to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Can Vladimir Putin be faulted for believing that if he bites off Crimea and threatens Kiev, President Obama's response will be minimal and his ability to lead the Europeans even less so?
Putin has long believed that Russia is being purposely encircled and dismembered. One of his primary foreign policy goals is to relitigate the end of the Cold War. His intervention in Ukraine will press toward that objective until serious resistance is met.
Regardless of which Janesville hospital they choose, residents should take comfort that both are working to improve their experiences.
Minorities are the fastest-growing segment of our population. It is in the interest of every student and parent in the public school system to have minority boys in kindergarten and first grade who know their numbers and letters and can pay attention to lessons. The same holds true for teens who can work meaningfully in academic teams and challenge classmates.
In Austin, Texas, the Network for Public Education called on Congress to investigate the “over-emphasis, misapplication, costs, and poor implementation of high-stakes standardized testing in the nation’s K-12 public schools.”
In 2008, Vladimir Putin just sent his soldiers into Georgia. George W. Bush’s team decided to forego an aggressive response, while his secretary of state scoffed at the notion of “chest-beating.” I don’t remember Bush being tagged as a wimp by the Republican warriors.
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