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Our Views: Janesville School District's revised health plan pumps new life into budget outlook
Credit a school board benefits committee chaired by David DiStefano, along with Mary Ann Kahl and other district administrators and Associated Financial Group consultants.
Your Views: Proud mother touts David DiStefano’s Janesville School Board service
David is just what the Janesville School Board continues to need—an honest, respectful, caring and fair individual who is about creating opportunities for the students.
Your Views: Decisiveness, demeanor make Mike Haakenson good fit for Rock County judge
Commissioner Haakenson is well-prepared, respectful of all parties and attorneys who appear before him, is objective, decisive and makes well-reasoned decisions.
Your Views: Gazette should reprint its editorial on ‘Bipartisanship’
I would like people to have the opportunity of reading it again and, I hope, realize that bipartisanship and open-minded negotiation in politics are the best way to go.
Pro: Students must fully understand the principles that make America great
Teachers need to rely less on textbooks and more on the writings and thinking of those who shaped our country.
Charles Krauthammer: Early handicapping of the GOP horse race
Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and Scott Walker rank first, second and third in this first ranking of the GOP field in the presidential nomination contest.
Our Views: SWAG’s new plans deal fresh blow to Rock County
We hoped SWAG would find a spot elsewhere in Rock County, where agriculture has long been an economic backbone and remains crucial to today’s economy.
Bill Lueders: Do policymakers care what people think? It depends
Bill Lueders: Do policymakers care what people think? It depends
Gov. Scott Walker proclaimed the right-to-work bill a victory for workers' rights. Yet precious few workers turned out to show their support.
Your Views: Elect Judge James Daley, man of honor, to state Supreme Court
I have appeared before him professionally as a police officer and psychotherapist, always impressed by his handling of the law.
Michael Gerson: Is world really prepared for next epidemic?
The next time a politician sneers at “foreign aid,” substitute the words “disease surveillance” and see if his or her statement still makes sense.

Columns

Kathleen Parker: Plane passengers take a leap of faith—into thin air
Esther Cepeda: The problem is written all over Ted Cruz’s face
Greg Peck: Did you hear the U.S. average for baby-sitting?
Michael Gerson: Is world really prepared for next epidemic?
Charles Krauthammer: Early handicapping of the GOP horse race

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: They support Dave Olsen in Orfordville, Larry Harding in Plymouth
Your Thanks: Dance boosts efforts of Habitat for Humanity of Rock and Jefferson Counties
Your Thanks: Wednesday Morning Optimist Club appreciates opportunity Janesville Jets team offered
Your Views: GOP making changes that stiff the working class
Your Views: Rock River Philharmonic's pops concert shows talent worth hearing

Our Views

Our Views: TIF projects should boost city's future
Our Views: Janesville School District's revised health plan pumps new life into budget outlook
Our Views: SWAG’s new plans deal fresh blow to Rock County
Our Views: Decisive votes on fire station are telling
Our Views: Ease pain during freeway construction for local businesses

Other Views

Local Views: Liquor separation ordinance works for Janesville
Web Views for Friday, March 20: Rich Gruber, leprechaun, flag contest, liquor rule
State Views: Gov. Walker's budget slashes opportunities for education
Web Views for March 13: Liquor separation, Bargain Barn, Second City, concealed carry and Pizza Villa
State Views: Boy Scouts continue to give back to our youth and our communities

Sound Off

Sound Off for Sunday, April 29: Readers appreciate acts of kindness
Sound Off, March 25: Food stamps raise concerns
Sound Off for Sunday, March 22: Readers praise international outreach
Sound Off, March 18: Vicious dogs alarm readers
Sound Off for Sunday, March 15: International school initiative riles readers