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Our Views: On spousal surcharge, unions again sway Janesville School Board
Our Views: On spousal surcharge, unions again sway Janesville School Board
Five years after Gov. Scott Walker’s Act 10 supposedly devastated public employee unions statewide, union influence is still clear in Janesville.
Our Views: Government transparency requires constant scrutiny, fresh reports suggest
A month after the newspaper industry’s annual focus on government transparency, developments indicate progress and regression.
Our Views: Outreach efforts help drive down suicide rate in Rock County
Tony Farrell Sr. implores loved ones to heed warning signs, which he says are evident in 75 percent of cases.
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, April 25
Thumbs Up to Stand Against Racism events, BTC-UW Colleges credit transfers and protecting domestic violence victims; Thumbs Down to deleting UW chancellor videos.
Our Views: Studer's business challenge bolsters hopes for revitalization of downtown Janesville
Rishy Studer's two Janesville shops and the business challenge will mirror her successful stores and a contest that drew 50 entrepreneurs in Florida.
Our Views: Unlike North Carolina, Janesville shows it cares about human dignity
As City Hall’s attorneys stress, Janesville’s ordinance won’t prevent prosecution of anyone who commits an illegal act.
Our Views: Parents should let kids do the walking, biking to and from school
Our Views: Parents should let kids do the walking, biking to and from school
Many parents fear their children won't be safe. Instead, parents drive kids to and from schools and create hazards themselves.
Our Views: Small steps can buoy environment
Concerned residents might feel powerless to turn this political tide of indifference. But individuals can take small steps that collectively would help our environment.
Our Views: Paul Ryan should keep saying ‘no’ to nomination nudges
Our Views: Paul Ryan should keep saying ‘no’ to nomination nudges
If we assume Ryan aspires to run for president someday, the current GOP pickle makes this the wrong time to step forward.
Our Views: Nasty words have no place in politics or high school sports
Unfortunately, for some kids, racist attitudes start at home. So schools are left to teach kids about what is and isn’t appropriate.