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Packer charity agenda better than Super Bowl win


The Green Bay Packers had a solid year on the field in 2014, but enjoyed -- a few player indiscretions notwithstanding -- a great year off the field. Its annual report reported a 16% increase in revenue to $376 million, a 10.5% increase in net income to $29 million and a 5% increase in net worth ...

Reorganization of UW colleges just a start


The reorganization of the 13 UW Colleges into four regional groups should be viewed as a first step toward a regional reorganization of the whole University of Wisconsin System. Sadly, the consolidation of the two-year campuses, which now deliver some four-year degrees, was done strictly for budgetary reasons, not with strategic foresight. Gov. Walker and the GOP-controlled ...

Budget making by surprise: a mixed bag

Scott Walker Governor of Wisconsin

The Wisconsin budget sausage, painful to watch being ground, is ready for the grill, and chief sausage maker, Gov. Scott Walker, is off to join the gaggle of Republican presidential wannabees. He will battle other archconservatives to become the spear carrier for the right wing of the party, an arena so crowded that they could neutralize ...

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