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The Gazette’s comments indicated that the ordinance restricts competition and puts Janesville at a competitive disadvantage have not proven to be true.
Comments from stories on Gazettextra on council picking Rich Gruber, Tom Kennedy, city flag contest, city's liquor rule, and more.
Janesville might lose more than $1.5 million in per-pupil funding, writes Katie Biester of Janesville. This threatens to compromise the quality of education provided to students.
Web Views for March 13: Liquor separation, Bargain Barn, Second City, concealed carry and Pizza Villa
In 2014, 865 boys in Wisconsin became Eagle Scouts. More than 13,000 other Scouts assisted on Eagle projects, contributing more than 100,000 hours of service.
Forced drug testing for people on public programs turns back the clock by reinforcing outdated images of those battling with substance use disorders.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.
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