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March 12, 2012
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist Eugene Kane checks in on Wisconsin's failed mining bill for the northern part of the state, saying that it would not have helped the state's biggest problem: black male unemployment.
Milwaukee Sentinel Journal columnist Eugene Kane urges members of the minority community to come to the polls prepared in order to avoid hassles during the state's first election since the passage of a controversial photo-ID law.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist Eugene Kane writes that by disclosing that she has diabetes, the queen of Southern cooking has forced him to confront his own personal travails with soul food and the disease.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist Eugene Kane writes that his city's headlines were dominated by stories about "out-of-control-black youth" in 2011. He explains why he doubts little will change.
Innocent Milwaukee residents are being inconvenienced by a crackdown on crime, but the police chief says the ends justify the means, Eugene Kane writes in his Milwaukee Journal Sentinel column.
Budget cuts mean that a county-government job no longer means a sweet deal after retirement, Eugene Kane writes in his Milwaukee Journal Sentinel column.
Explaining the campaign to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to out-of-towners is a little challenging, Eugene Kane writes in his Milwaukee Journal Sentinel column.
Plans by some banks to hike fees after the industry was rescued by taxpayers are enough to incite protests, Eugene Kane writes at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Troy Davis' execution may prompt calls for a repeal of a state ban on the death penalty, writes Eugene Kane of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Eugene Kane, in his column at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, says he is proud of the diversity of students sticking up for affirmative action.
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