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'Medicare Programs and Possibilities' Brown Bag Lunch event in the works

By Julie Alexander, Independent Living Services Lead Coordinator
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| Tuesday, 4/26/2016 - 6:07 PM | 0 comments

Here comes the sun—and Summer Programs!

By Alie Kriofske Mainella, Youth Leadership Specialist

Us Wisconsinites know how long and hard winter can be. And this winter just seemed to keep on going! Folks with disabilities know even better about tough winters. Between cold weather...[read more]

| Thursday, 4/21/2016 - 2:22 PM | 0 comments

My opinion: Taxes, the positive side

My opinion: Taxes, the positive side
By Michael Hineberg, Independent Living Services Coordinator
 
It seems like everyone I know complains about taxes this time of year, but there are many benefits people often forget about. Tax money runs the government and funds services. Taxes do support many programs that people with disabilities benefit from such as Food Share...[read more]

| Monday, 4/18/2016 - 1:50 PM | 0 comments

My thoughts: No free ride

By Michael Hineberg, Independent Living Services Coordinator
 
It seems like everyone I know complains about taxes. We all seem to want free snow plowing, free police safety and free parks. Sounds nice—but it’s not realistic.
 
Look at it this way: would you let someone live in your house indefinitely for free? Just think, free laundry service...[read more]

| Friday, 4/15/2016 - 4:42 PM | 0 comments

My opinion: Taxes good and bad – A short history

By Michael Hineberg, Independent Living Services Coordinator
 
Taxes have been a contentious issue from the start of our country. We are rooted in tax-discontentment. Colonial Americans protested against British taxation policy in the 1760s, colonial protest leading to the American Revolution. The United States imposed [read more]

| Wednesday, 4/13/2016 - 2:20 PM | 0 comments
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