On Wis. GOP looks to expand wrongful death coverage
No 916WI - A mother, or couple, could come back and sue the doctor who performed the abortion later on. They may come up with an argument that they were pressured by the doctor. The outcome of this bill would probably lead to increased prenatal care for expectant mothers, which in turn will lead to increase health insurance costs for all.
On Ag secretary sees common ground on gun control
The 18th amendment was deemed irrelevant. It just took 12 yrs for the states to realize it. The same should be done with the 2nd, only 224 yrs later.
janesvillecoments - that would mean suspending habeas corpus for many Americans. How do you diagnose violently mentally ill?
Wislady - then I see the 2nd Amendment as irrelevant.
On Governor rejects Obamacare rebellion
Yep raystone, you have it exactly right. Motorman is a "stooge for federal tyrants". How dare he cites examples of the federal government stepping in to enforce the legitimacy of the constitution and the enforcement of laws to stop racial injustice.
On Open enrollment benefits some and hurts others
schnibble - the following link may help provide an explanation of why taxpayers in Beloit Turner should be happy. It shows how other districts' taxpayers are paying Turner to teach those students.
On Wisconsin elections board warns about confusing mailers
totellthetruth - I call BS. Can you post a link to this letter or a story about this letter?
On Judge strikes down Wis. law limiting union rights
Sorry. TheAnsweris42 already addressed it I say.
I may be wrong, but I think the State Supreme Court ruled on the passage of Act 10 and not the actual constitutionality of the law itself. I remember being some glitch with the process of how it was passed. Something with Open Meetings laws.
On Software company moving headquarters to Beloit
This is a company with 17 employees. I don't know much about them but they are moving from Roscoe, IL. Such a small move, geographically, probably means jobs are not moving to Wisconsin. Sounds like a win for the company owners because they get a tax break benefit I'm sure, and a win for 1% Diane Hendricks because she has someone to lease part of the building she renovated. As for the rest of the Wisconsin citizens and taxpayer, no gain and no loss.
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