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Looks like John McCain is going after dietary supplements. He should talk to Orrin Hatch (R-UT) first. He was the guy who got their FDA approval requirement revoked. Question of the day. Do steroids simply represent a step in the steady progression of body enhancement techniques that have emerged over the last century?
High of 34, low of 20. This is the pictures that comes up when I googled “food.”
Moms on Meningitis seeks to spread use of vaccines.
A naive editorial by the Cap Times criticizing a naive editorial by the State Journal.
Could one of you read UW’s financial report and get a summary back to me after lunch? Thanks.
Does “home-canned food,” which is now allowed to be sold in Wisconsin (down the page), include moonshine?
Terrence Wall is not the only Republican senatorial candidate who has avoided state income taxes.
Louis Butler’s court nomination passes committee…again.
Real Clear Politics interviews Paul Ryan on budget etc.
I don’t know what to make of this blogger but an entertaining rant on Wall Street’s influence on members of Congress, with some interesting portraits of Paul Ryan.
To be honest, I think the cigarette tax hikes will be more effective at preventing smoking than the budget cuts which have forced localities to team up on anti-tobacco initiatives.
“Wisconsin should not preempt any federal mandates and make the same mistake as California,” writes the chair of the Wisconsin Independent Business Association.
OK, I admit it, I don’t know anything about hockey except that the players don’t have teeth –– but why is the Stanley Cup at Camp Randall?
What is a “commission on faculty pay” going to conclude? We’d like to pay our professors more, but we don’t have any money. At least we meant well.
All you can do is keep raising that money. State government ain’t worth a damn.