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Forced drug testing for people on public programs turns back the clock by reinforcing outdated images of those battling with substance use disorders.
My reasoning for supporting the bill is two-fold. I believe it is both a worker freedom issue as well as a policy that will improve our state’s economy.
Charter schools have not improved academic performance, or if they have, usually it is because they have weeded out low-performing students.
Without a new stadium, a better business plan and the addition of new, experienced board members and leaders, the long life of the Snappers will end.
The state budget includes a proposal to make the assessing process more efficient. Wisconsin would move to a county-based system with an option for larger municipalities.
This blanket exemption in Gov. Walker's budget would spare the UW from needing a good reason to deny access to these records, as current law requires.
Frankly, drug companies are the only possible winner in Gov. Walker’s plan to kill SeniorCare.
For 125 years, Wisconsin voters have expressed their voice at the ballot box and elected both their judges and, by re-electing popular jurists, their chief justice.
Missteps of Scott Walker and Chris Christie draw attention to the role of the religious right, which includes zealots who reject both evolution and science more generally.
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