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The American Health Care Act would impose an “age tax” on Americans, meaning people in their 50s and 60s who are buying health insurance on their own might have to pay up to $8,400 per year more than they do now.
Once upon a time, Gov. Scott Walker offered a long-term funding plan for highways, bridges and other statewide transportation projects.
More than 200 activists united on that belief in Whitewater on March 11 to make our voices heard in the march against pipeline expansion, opposing a proposed pipeline that would run through Wisconsin.
The cost for consultants is showing no signs of slowing down, and Janesville City Council member Jens Jorgensen has a proposal for monitoring these expenses.
The city of Janesville is in good financial standing, despite comments about it being "broke."
An analysis shows the biggest winners of new campaign laws were wealthy contributors, corporations and legislative leaders who run their party's campaign committees.
The savings obtained by not publishing notices does not outweigh the public's right to know.
If Planned Parenthood’s patients can no longer go to them for birth control or cancer screenings, many of them would have no other health care provider to turn to.
Prent Corporation hires many UW graduates, and it's important that the UW System receive the resources and funding it needs to best prepare college students for the business world.
More than any of the three other budgets Walker has submitted since taking office in January 2011, Republican legislators are poised to rewrite major parts of this one.
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