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WISC Editorial Agenda 2014 - Suggestions Welcome

Published On: Dec 30 2013 05:38:17 PM CST
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The WISC editorial board this week begins the process of crafting our agenda for the New Year. We will once again identify probably 4 or 5 issues that we believe merit special attention in 2014. And as always we’re interested in your ideas. 


This year we spent quite a bit of time, including air time, talking about climate change and redistricting reform. Neither of those is going away anytime soon and we will emphasize them again next year as a matter of course. But we’re looking for fresh ideas for our agenda and there has rarely been a year when we haven’t gotten some good ideas from you. 2014 is a big election year in Wisconsin. But it will also see the role out of a reformed health care system and significant leadership changes locally among other important issues. So let us know what you think. Send your ideas to nheinen@wisctv.com. Thanks. We value your input.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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