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Battling wildfires across America takes a toll here in Wisconsin even if those fires don't often hit close to home.
Rock County—the home county of House Speaker Paul Ryan—is poised to get a lot sicker. This is because the House and Senate proposed tax bills would repeal the Affordable Care Act’s (aka, Obamacare’s) individual mandate.
Lost amidst the advocacy for improved instruction is the fact that adults whose formal school days have long since passed are just as much in need of civic education.
Don't kick 'em when they're down, the adage goes. But when it comes to Illinois—grappling with a $5 billion tax increase, an unfunded pension crisis and an exodus by businesses and residents—it's too tempting to resist.
At Girl Scouts, we believe girls deserve their own space, not tag-along status. We believe girls deserve access to an environment where they are the sole focus; where their needs are paramount.
Thanksgiving means inclusion. President Abraham Lincoln made that point profoundly during our Civil War. On Oct. 3, 1863, the White House issued the Thanksgiving Proclamation.
The fact is the tax code pits the least fortunate against the well-connected and takes too much hard-earned money from ordinary Americans struggling to get by. In other words, the opposite of respecting and rewarding hard work.
I voted for the proposal because this approach will help strengthen each two-year UW institution, and it is the fiscally responsible path to take.
What should Milton do next? After this year's failed capital referendum, I have been asked this question several times.
I'm mystified as to why each budget year seems to equal another dogfight between the city administration and the humane society. It is unnecessary and an insult to the fine work the humane society does.
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