The well-being and education of every child should be our top priority. Children are our legacy! Older generations retire as youth takes their rightful place in society. They are becoming our leaders and caregivers.
Much like the 1930s, when rural people had to create their own path forward to have electricity, we are facing another challenge: the transition to clean energy.
A unanimous voice vote by the Wisconsin Senate on a piece of legislation is a rare occurrence. But that’s what happened on April 19, when state senators approved a bill to undo a decision by the Wisconsin Supreme Court regarding public records.
Ever since the SCOTUS decision to end Roe, discussions of how this affects everyone have been rampant.
I’m disappointed. Nowhere did I see a headline, “Dan Kelly wins Monroe County by large margin.” Which is exactly what happened: Kelly 6,369, Protasiewicz 4,970. If the opposite had happened, I think it would have been big news. Monroe County voters showed they DO value all life from conception to death.
I’ve had the belief for a long time that there are more people willing to pick up a hoe than a gun. In other words, there are more people wanting to live in peace and harmony rather than in violent discord.
Recently, Wisconsin Watch revealed how members of the Wisconsin Legislature’s powerful budget committee secretly hold up projects or programs they don’t like.
NOW. What a coincidence our school district’s acronym is NOW, for truly NOW is the time to secure our future not only for our students, but also for rural communities and villages alike.
Angela Palmer Fisher is running for Vernon County Judge in the upcoming April 4 election.
The April 4 election between Janet Protasiewicz (Pro-tas-see-witz) and Dan Kelly for a Wisconsin Supreme Court seat will determine the future of the Court, and Wisconsin itself, for at least 10 years (the term length for a justice).
In the 21 years I spent on the bench as a Circuit Court Judge in La Crosse County, I had the pleasure of having Attorney Tim Gaskell appear before me many times.