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Two recent audits of the GAB have found it to be an effective agency that has been limited by an oversized workload and a barely sufficient level of staffing.
The state has rallied to stop drunken-driving deaths. But a problem that kills more than three times as many Wisconsinites continues without outcry, Rep. Debra Kolste writes.
On discovery of second time capsule at UW-Whitewater: "If they ever find an 8-track in a time capsule, I can play it for them."
Last year, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said evidence of human-caused climate change is “unequivocal.” The science “debate” is over.
The tea party may be fading as an electoral force, but the uncompromising movement remains highly influential in Congress.
I call on Gov. Walker to bring the Legislature into special session to deal with the transportation funding crisis.
Web Views for Friday, Sept. 25: Scout's project, I-90/39 delays, hot lunches, Walker's exit, litterbugs
Sadly, the court ruling will allow other custodians to get around requirements of the law by failing to reveal when a record does not exist.
Opponents of women’s health have been working overtime to distort Planned Parenthood’s reputation in an effort to end women’s access to essential health services.
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