On Milwaukee gains population
It beats losing 1300 people.
On BTC instructor says he acted correctly when he removed student
I agree with janesvillean that it would be helpful if the article gave some indication of what procedure the instructor should have followed. But I have one question. Doesn't BTC have some sort of security staff on campus? Or if not couldn't the instructor have contacted the police and have them remove the student. Yes, that would have taken time but I suspect if faced with removal by the authorities the student would have left on his own accord. I'm not convinced the instructor considered all of his alternatives before he got physical.
On Milwaukee backs off bra ban for historic bar
I'm curious what role you think building inspectors play in reducing crime.
On Wis. Assembly to vote on tossing tenants’ property
Legal papers must be served to evict a tenant. It shouldn't be too difficult to include verbage stating what the landlord's intentions are regarding property which is left behind.
On Officials: Rock Haven project emphasizes sunshine, space, safety
Sorry I meant to add a winking thingy at the end of my comment. ;-)
It's isn't you math it's your reading. Each household has 16 people not 8. 16 x 2 = 32 x 4 = 128.
On Foremost Farms to close dairy plants
Walker dug his own hole with his ridiculously exaggerated claim that he would add 250K jobs in Wisconsin. I wouldn't be surprised if he knew it was impossible all along. But it made for good campaign fodder and voters bought it hook, line and sinker. He deserves every bit of criticism he gets.
On Wisconsin committee to vote on junk food stamp bill
I'm very interested in learning exactly how Rep. Kaufert intends to enforce this policy. There are over 300,000 food products and literally thousands are being developed and/or modified every year. This is going to be a nightmare if not impossible to regulate.
On Sugar River just south of the Wisconsin border. Michael Beechler used a radio-controlled aircraft wi
On Appeals court wants Supreme Court to take up Act 10 case
It might just as well go straight to Walker's court because it's going to end up there sooner or later anyway and the final decision as to it's constitutionality is a forgone conclusion. Anything else is simply delaying the inevitable.
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