"I've always been concerned with the approach we've taken on this," U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) said at a recent Axios live event on the topic of economic recovery. "We should've focused on the nonessential businesses that really represented a significant risk for out of control spread." Sen. Johnson suggested that shutting down those businesses while providing them with economic support may have been more effective than the generalized shutdowns. Johnson also pointed out the riskiness of patrons visiting bars which may be helped by stricter regulations going forward.

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RNeibuhr

Here lies another example of the Tribune paying for less and less trained local journalists and substituting in more and more junk from Axios and Fox News. This is in line with the Lee Enterprises plan to buy local newspapers, starve them out and replace them with propaganda and advertisement machines. Not supporting that anymore - subscription cancelled. Time for a real newspaper in La Crosse.

Heilong Jiang

And dont forget the unending cwap from the boiler room at the LA Times.

I cancelled my subscription in 2011 and never regretted it. When the Fibune called me and offered a FREE subscription I turned them down and as I was explaining my reasoning they hung up on me.

The local stories are written by twenty-something know-nothings devoid of any life experience. All the old pros were driven out long ago and not replaced.

Lee Enterprises is now a penny stock.

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