Fourth such lawsuit.
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Fourth such lawsuit.
The conservative National Review warns that some Iowa political activists say Walker “is taking real risks of leaks in his Iowa coalition if he either approves expanded gambling or chokes on approving right-to-work.
Check out this article from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Packers finish last in NFL in special-teams rankings @ JS Packers Blog.
“The Soviet Union started treating (Reagan) more seriously once he did something like that,” Walker said.
USA Today reported that Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s office received an inspection report last summer detailing high amounts of opiates prescribed at the U.S. Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tomah.
Baldwin called for an investigation of the facility last week, but only after news coverage revealed a veteran had died from an overdose at the facility.
Walker methodically laid out all the attributes he thinks the Republican standard-bearer should have in order to win in 2016.
As it happens, those criteria match the governor’s own background and self-image to a tee. They also rule out many of his potential rivals.
Walker is proposing a checklist to his party – a fresh faced, battle-tested, blue-state winning, full-spectrum conservative governor — that cries out “Scott Walker.”
Not sure why Brandon Bostick, undrafted out of Newberry w/ 2 catches all year, was on Green Bay's "hands" team vs onside.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) January 18, 2015
Speakers will include Eric J. Swanson, co-author of the 2010 book “Transform a City,” which explores the ways Christian churches can address social problems that plague urban areas.
HLN talk show host Nancy Grace discussed the subject with rapper 2 Chainz, who is a known smoker. I think whoever put this segment together believed the loud-mouthed Grace would own the segment. They showed clips of parents giving their toddlers weed and kids getting high. But the segment did not go down as expected. 2 Chainz, aka "Tity Boi" owned the segment and he made Grace look ridiculous.
Todd Orvedahl was 35 when when he underwent back surgery in 2007, said Orvedahl’s attorney, Victor Harding. The procedure left Orvedahl in greater pain that persists today, Harding said. It was so bad that Orvedahl, who had risen from an estimator at F. J. A. Christiansen Roofing to president of the company, had to leave his job.
Some were punished for violating probation or parole by doing things such as accepting a job without permission, using a cellphone or computer without authorization, or leaving their home county. Some were suspected of criminal activity, but not charged.
Re-incarcerating people for breaking the rules costs Wisconsin taxpayers more than $100 million every year. The process that forces violators back behind bars relies largely on the judgment of individual parole agents, which can vary widely. Once accused of violations, people on parole can be sent back to prison for years without proof beyond a reasonable doubt — and they are left with little chance of a successful appeal….
A profile of "America as 100 students" by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation finds a third (34%) of all students are 25 or older and 38% are ages 20 to 24. Only 44% live on a college campus, and 72% are both taking classes and working part-time or full-time.