To the editor, The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin having recently purchased property on County Highway G for a new facility has apparently stirred the ire of some people because the site contains a “historic native prairie” which these folks would like to now see preserved.
To the editor, Our president and other far right-wing politicians have declared war on brown and black people, and to some extent also have declared war on white people who are poor and middle class. They seem only concerned about white people who are the 1 percent.
To the editor, I am appalled by President Donald Trump’s lawlessness and lack of respect for the office of president. He has ignored Russian interference with the election, criticized allies and praised dictators, dismissed our own intelligence experts, put our country in danger by withdrawing from the climate deal, directed federal employees to disobey the law and used his office for personal gain.
To the editor, The next time you’re at the store and you hear a clerk ask for an ID for a tobacco purchase, please join Youth2Youth 4 Change in saying “thank you.” Retail clerks play a key role in decreasing youth access to tobacco by routinely carrying out the law — not allowing youth under 18 to purchase tobacco and nicotine products. Clerks are the first line of enforcement in preventing youth access to tobacco products. When kids have a hard time getting tobacco, they use less. And the less tobacco our kids use, the more “Wisconsin Wins.”