GREEN BAY - Virginia McCullough, a local leader of the League of Women Voters (LWV), has a new book for sale called The Jacks of Her Heart, Book 1 in the Capehart Bay series, available today on amazon.com at http://amzn.to/1JRbzCt.
Lorna and Jack just got married in the tropics, and their grown up kids don’t like it!
Now the newlyweds feel like a couple of fools. Surely ending their impulsive “cruise ship” marriage is best solution. Lorna’s two kids and Jack’s daughter are all for that, but their meddling prompts Jack and Lorna to rethink their plan.
A professional organizer, maybe Lorna is a little too proud of her spotless home. She fell in love with Jack’s generous heart, but must he rescue every abandoned dog in town? The owner of a popular ‘60s nostalgia café, Jack feels right at home in Lorna’s bedroom, but he might as well be a stranger everywhere else in her perfect house.
In a matter of days, Lorna puts her organizing skills to work to help Jack’s elderly dad and Jack takes on a rescue mission, this one involving Lorna’s daughter. But, even as their lives become more enmeshed, this “opposites attract” duo can’t quite get in sync. Can they find a way to make peace with their dueling quirks and have some fun with their second-chance romance?
Written by Citizen Action of Wisconsin, Robert Kraig
Monday, 06 April 2015 16:40
Disparities Get Worse With Adverse U.S. Supreme Court Decision. Report, to be released Wednesday, delves into causes and policy solutions.
WISCONSIN - Citizen Action of Wisconsin will release the latest in a series of reports documenting vast differences between Minnesota and Wisconsin in the cost for health insurance on the individual marketplace.
The report, A Tale of Two States 2015: Why Wisconsin’s Health Insurance Individual Marketplace Premiums are Dramatically Higher than Minnesota’s, will delve into the causes of this rate disparity.
New to this report will be an examination of the impact on consumers in Wisconsin of the potential U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case of King v. Burwell.
The report will also provide local level data, making it possible to compare each Wisconsin metro area to health insurance costs in Minnesota, and the relative impact of the potential Supreme Court decision.
Citizen Action will release the new report, A Tale of Two States 2015: Why Wisconsin’s Health Insurance Individual Marketplace Premiums are Dramatically Higher than Minnesota’s, on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015, at 10:30 AM during a media call.