Op EdOct 17th, 2017 by Andrea Jones
System needs reform. Proposed law is badly needed.
Op EdOct 16th, 2017 by Patrick Dunphy
It’s not about mass shootings, but about stopping the quieter deaths that happen daily.
Op EdOct 12th, 2017 by State Sen. Mark Miller
Decades of bipartisan commitment to protecting environment have been abandoned. Why?
Op EdOct 11th, 2017 by Chancellor Rebecca Blank
Higher percentage accepted, more funding for gifted but needy students.
Op EdOct 8th, 2017 by James Rowen
State attorney general and federal EPA head never met a green policy they liked.
Op EdOct 4th, 2017 by State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout
State requirements for nurses, plumbers, CPAs and other jobs could be scrapped.
Op EdOct 3rd, 2017 by John Torinus
Health care reform and UW reorganization are big issues Walker and his opponent may punt.
Op EdOct 2nd, 2017 by Clarene Mitchell
Their fashion shoot uses black man in prison garb for atmospheric “local color.”
Op EdSep 29th, 2017 by State Rep. David Crowley
Will US Supreme Court put party politics aside when considering Whitford v. Gill? Hopefully.
Op EdSep 27th, 2017 by John Torinus
Wisconsin needs a renewed dialogue on the protection of our natural resources.
Op EdSep 26th, 2017 by Andrea Kaminski
So politicians won’t be able to “choose their voters” by the way they draw the maps.
Op EdSep 25th, 2017 by Analiese Eicher
The average student debt for Wisconsin’s class of 2016 graduates is over $30,000.