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Rep. Debra Kolste: Budget proposal would severely damage public schools
Voucher schools don’t produce better results. They take public money but don’t answer to the public.
Web Views, June 5: Interstate project, ambulance runs, teacher licensing
Web Views, June 5: Interstate project, ambulance runs, teacher licensing
On possible Interstate project delay: "Raise the gas tax, and be done with it. It's the most equitable and simplest thing to do."
Robert Kraig: It's time to replace Gov. Walker’s jobs agency
Not only is Wisconsin lagging the rest of the country in job creation, the jobs are being added in mostly poverty-wage occupations.
Arthur Cyr: US Senate's trade vote reflects long-term history
Congressman Paul Ryan of Janesville has been a consistent and influential advocate for freer trade.
Web Views, May 29: School district director resigns, 70 mph speed limit
Web Views, May 29: School district director resigns, 70 mph speed limit
On 70 mph speed limit: "Ye-hah! Pedal to the metal! Er, I mean, my, how nice it will be to enjoy a modest and prudent higher speed limit on approved portions of the Interstate."
State Views: It's wrong to rewrite education policy in budget bill
The changes continue a pattern of shifting tax dollars out of public schools in order to create a publicly funded entitlement to pay private school tuition.
League of Women Voters: Use technology to improve, not restrict, state elections
The Election Registration Information System is more technologically advanced than Crosscheck, as well as more transparent in its process.
Web Views for May 22: Kutter sale, Civil War event, passenger rail, Johnson-Feingold race
State Views: Wisconsin backs itself into corner on transportation
The Legislature has been reluctant to increase our debt by that much. But the governor’s office rejects every solution that has been floated.
Jim Farrell: Fire pits in Janesville require limits so issues don't flare
In order for everyone to have an enjoyable summer, people need to be aware of city ordinances regarding outdoor cooking and recreational fires.