Op EdMar 7th, 2021 by Shannon Whitworth
Or else the Legislature should expand school choice.
Op EdMar 6th, 2021 by County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson and State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff
For the People Act seeks to assure that all people have an equal right to vote.
Op EdMar 5th, 2021 by Jennifer Ann Evans
Simple, smart compromise both sides could embrace: reconstruct but don’t expand it.
Op EdMar 5th, 2021 by John Torinus
UWM and UW-Parkside serve the most students of color and are grossly underfunded.
Op EdMar 4th, 2021 by Matt Rothschild
Legislators pushing for this again. Why it's a bad idea
Op EdMar 3rd, 2021 by Caitlin Rublee
Problems in Texas, other states, show how extreme weather events can shut down or overwhelm hospitals.
Op EdMar 2nd, 2021 by Amanda Avalos
My journey to Fire and Police Commission has involved many threats and much support.
Op EdFeb 28th, 2021 by Gregory Humphrey
U.S. should heed his example and hold China accountable for human rights abuses.
Op EdFeb 28th, 2021 by Dave Cieslewicz
Alex Lasry’s sole qualification is his money. Oh, and he worked for Goldman Sachs.
Op EdFeb 27th, 2021 by State Rep. Don Vruwink
Problems with the unemployment system are a bipartisan failure. And need a bipartisan solution.
Op EdFeb 26th, 2021 by John Torinus
Amid pandemic and budget crisis, stability and proven leadership needed. Regents should extend his contract
Op EdFeb 25th, 2021 by James Wigderson
Pandering to its wacko-wing with My Pillow CEO’s movie falsely claiming election theft.