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Despite the rhetoric, our legislative majorities aren’t focused on how to make Wisconsin prosper or America great. They apparently don’t believe that the purpose of holding office is to benefit the general population.
Republican Rep. Jim Ott, who wrote the 2010 ignition interlock law, has a new bill to close a loophole in it.
We dreaded that day, my family and I. The phone call. The final succumbing to the demons that haunted my brother for 11 years.
With more than 95 percent of the world’s consumers now living outside our borders, it is more important for Wisconsin now than ever before that America remains engaged in the world.
The legislation being championed by Speaker Ryan would strip millions of Americans of health insurance by reducing Medicaid coverage and making other changes in insurance policies purchased on the “state exchanges.”
How does the state Department of Revenue track down tax-law scofflaws who—unlike you—don’t pay what they owe, under-report their incomes, file false tax forms or don’t pay at all?
A federal panel wants to further reduce Medicare payments to these providers, which could force even more clinics and practices to close or to turn away patients seeking life-saving treatments.
Gov. Scott Walker will not be meeting with most teachers nor is he scheduled to take questions during his visit. However, local teachers have some questions they would like to ask.
Kevin Murray is a superior choice for Janesville School Board.
“If it isn't broke, don't fix it!” Republican lawmakers Duey Stroebel and Tyler August don't understand that adage in attempting to “fix” the Wisconsin Retirement System.
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