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Web Views, July 31: City hall, chipmunk scourge, tributes to a priest
Web Views, July 31: City hall, chipmunk scourge, tributes to a priest
From feature obituary on Rev. John Auby: "Auby was a selfless man who had such a gentle approach. ... He and his genuine, infectious laugh will be missed."
State Views: Why I’m opposed to Wisconsin's new abortion law
We needed to preserve my health and our family’s choice to terminate this very wanted pregnancy.
Web Views for July 24: Editorials on council pay, Parker coach; amphitheater, BB gun shooting, Cooper's hawk
Web Views for July 24: Editorials on council pay, Parker coach; amphitheater, BB gun shooting, Cooper's hawk
On editorial backing council pay: "Show me $20,000 in spending cuts to offset the salaries, and I would go for it."
Wind on the Wires: Clean power plan will help grow Wisconsin’s economy
I am confident that Wisconsin can not only meet the Clean Power Plan standards but exceed its targets in a way that is cost effective and sure to produce jobs.
Web Views for July 17: Wheel tax, Abu Dhabi school, council salaries, Parker coach
Rep. Andy Jorgensen: Bad budget didn’t have to be this way
This budget cuts funding for a majority of school districts—including Cambridge, Janesville, Milton and Oregon.
Local Views: Education for all is first step toward peace throughout world
Awareness is the first step in change. Malala Yousafazi understands this. Change is coming because of her peaceful protest in hope to gain the right to an education for all.
Other Views: Wisconsin should reject 'Californication' of state’s power grid
Take it from a native Californian and former official with the California Energy Commission: You don’t want our energy policies.
Web Views for July 10: Open records, dangerous weed, fireworks
Web Views for July 10: Open records, dangerous weed, fireworks
On GOP retreats from open records proposal: "Being that these sweeping changes were set up to affect past actions and decisions, too, the Republicans knew exactly what they were doing."
Rep. Kolste: GOP budget tramples values of Wisconsin
We spend 4 percent more while hurting public schools and the UW System and attacking health care and the environment.