On Advocates for poor question Walker’s plan
Carlitosway- this is a shift from Badgercare to Obamacare. If Jim Doyle had done this you would have nothing but praises. Over 224,580 more people will be insured, isn't this what democrats have been wanting?
On Walker says he’s ’disappointed’ over charges
Fearand...I'm not denying the charges, just pointing out that no such charges have been brought against a Walker aide. Pierick has never worked for Walker as Concernd... had misstated.
Concernedperson: there was no sexual abuse charges filed against any former Walker aids. Charges of child enticement were filed against Brian Pierick, Department of Public Instruction employee, and domestic partner of Tim Russell. Maybe you should pay attention to the facts of the stories, instead of fabricating information in your postings. http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepoliti...
On Rep. Joe Knilans says he agonized over budget-repair bill vote
Thank you,the voting taxpayers support you.
On Roundabout crashes baffle officials
To the people saying roundabouts are cheaper, you are incorrect. The D.O.T. does not deny that the average roundabout cost $1 million compared to $250 thousand for the average lit intersection. Roundabouts also cost more to snow plow and landscape.
On Wis. school districts using hybrid buses
From jsonline "Oconomowoc Transport invested $850,000 in the buses - essentially the price tag for buying non-hybrid buses - and the federal funding of $1.8 million helped pay for the higher cost of the bus' plug-in hybrid technology and the solar charging station"
So it only takes 69 years to recoup the additional $1.8 million expense. I don't think the busses will be around long enough to break even. http://www.jsonline.com/business/1014412...
On Walker would give back $810M for high-speed rail
Baer2k6, all of those riders were subsidized at a rate of 22 cents per passenger mile, compared to half a penny per passenger mile in highway subsidies. Seems like a complete waist of money.
On UW-Whitewater is a serious player in economic development
This article is a complete joke. There is no mention of the fact that the primary tenant of this development is Cesa 2 of Milton, a mostly government subsidized organization. I don’t know how a taxpayer funded driver’s education outfit will increase the economic prosperity of Whitewater, nor do I understand how Cesa 2 is an innovative corporation. How can you, the Janesville Gazette, publish this article with no mention of Cesa 2, I believe a few months back you wrote an article on them being the primary tenant. This is smoke and mirrors to say the least, Milton enjoy your “transfer” of jobs, we the tax payers are funding this project. We are spending millions of dollars in the name of job creation and innovation to basically give another government operation a new building. Where is the journalistic integrity?
On Bill would require anti-bullying policy
Get a helmet.
On Plan Commission recommends against chickens
It seems to me that the planning commission members are nothing but rubber stamping puppets for the city administration. It is unfortunate that they have no desire to serve the public’s interest. Hopefully the city council is not so narrow minded, and is willing to listen to the voices of it constituents…. And for those that like no freedom, keep voting for lefty democrats.
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