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In this file photo from August 2020, recipients line up in their vehicles in a church parking lot in Cameron, WI, for surplus food from grocery stores.
Opinion: Want to Truly Recover From COVID? We Need an Economic Justice Bill of Rights

Freshmen state Reps. Hong and Shelton say the coronavirus recession shows the need to establish basic safeguards for all.

Boxes containing the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are prepared to be shipped at the McKesson distribution center in Olive Branch, Mississippi. The federal government plans to distribute over the coming week a total of 7.9 million doses of vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer Inc. (Photo by Paul Sancya - Pool/Getty Images)
Eau Claire Columnist Reflects on Getting Vaccine While Suffering From ‘Survivor’s Guilt’

People age 65 and older among those added to the eligibility list.

Congressional staffers hold their hands up while Capitol Police Swat teams check everyone in the room as they secure the United States Capitol. The supporters of President Donald Trump stormed a session of Congress on January 6, attempting to disrupt or halt efforts to certify Joe Biden's election win (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images)
Opinion: Johnson and Tiffany Must Resign or Be Expelled

Breaking their oath to uphold the Constitution, they cannot be trusted to serve all of us if their loyalty is to mob rule.

Inmates spend time in the Eau Claire County Jail. (Contributed photo)
ACLU Calls on Gov. Evers to Stick to His Pledge to Release More Low-Risk Inmates

American Civil Liberties Union cites COVID-19 racing through prisons. Commentary from Research Fellow Wil Steebs.

Contrary to the CDC's recommendations, President Trump left Walter Reed Medical Center over the weekend in a car full of Secret Service officers to wave to his supporters (AP Photo/Anthony Peltier).
As Doctors, We Took a Pledge to Do No Harm. Our President Should Too.

We've seen the toll that the coronavirus has taken in hospitals across the country. Despite what President Trump says and does, the coronavirus is dangerous, still spreading, and worthy of being feared.

Trump and Coronavirus
Beyond Politics: What Trump’s COVID-19 Diagnosis Means to Wisconsin

If even a president can catch the coronavirus, will some people change the behaviors responsible for a spike in cases and deaths?

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) stands between Sens. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) and John Barrasso (R-Wyoming) during a news briefing following a Feb. 14, 2020 meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in Kyivv, Ukraine. (Shutterstock)
Outagamie County Exec Compares Johnson’s Misuse of Senate Committee to McCarthy

Tom Nelson says the Twitter age won’t save Ron Johnson.