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Many Republicans are silent on why there's a non-fiscal proposal in the governor's budget to release 'rent-to-own' stores from a requirement to disclose their typically high interest rates to customers.
A state jobs numbers report and photo galleries also rate among the top 10 items of the week.
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Attorney Rick Esenberg formed a group of advocacy lawyers dedicated to conservative and libertarian causes.
It's ridiculous for Paul Ryan to contend our free enterprise system stifles greed. Indeed, it's the opposite.
The honors including a gold medal in the best investigative story category.
In the wake of Assembly approval of a bill to curb food stamp purchasing options, two USDA studies provide insight into what food stamp partic…
The November Project uses social media to recruit random people to participate in early morning workouts, turning fitness into a social event.
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The announcement of a new APT show led to a discussion of how certain actors influence our ticket purchases.
An activist organization called The Other 98% would like to see a citizen-owned operation, "like the Green Bay Packers."
While many Americans are stunned by the NTSB's recommendation, it pales next to the draconian measures in other countries.
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Gov. Scott Walker famously promised during his 2010 campaign that he would bring 250,000 new jobs to Wisconsin by the end of his term in 2014.…
Estimates show the state lost 22,000 private-sector jobs in April — but the Walker administration points toward better numbers by a different …
The bill would prevent retired police, fire and EMS personnel from teaching full time unless they forgo their pensions during their re-employment.
Americans should be able to trust that IRS workers are conducting themselves without a hint of bias, said Rep. Ron Kind. But he also noted evi…
- Plain Talk: No greed? Paul Ryan should open his eyes
- Matt Pommer: Religious leaders call on Scott Walker to take Medicaid money
- Richard Vedder: How to tell if college presidents are overpaid
- Gary R. Balgord and William D. Balgord: Recession origins go back decades
- Rep. Nick Milroy: Republicans interfere with justice for veterans
- William Saletan: There is only one Kermit Gosnell
- Albert R. Hunt: Obama's spending cuts put pressure on Ryan
- Plain Talk: Beloit program for the 'hopelessly unemployed' shows promise
- David Nicholson: Scouts should allow gay leaders
- Dan Cornwell: Raising Social Security cap is not the answer
- Ralph Dillon: Obama is no better than Nixon
- Kim Diaz: WEDC loan to Brown County firm should be returned
- Bob Martin: FairTax would get rid of IRS intrusions
- Ted Voth Jr.: Protester's fine shows our republic is dead
- Carol Herman: NRA has lost its way, so members should quit
- James L. Ziegeweid: Buffalo County Board is breaking state law
- Ray W.G. Bayley: No drinking at all is safest option
- Megan Davidson: It's time to get rid of rape culture
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