Climate change represents a stark threat to the planet. Half-steps won't do — a radical solution is called for. No one should apologize for recognizing this.
Gov. Tony Evers proposes to close the "dark-store loophole" that allows big-box stores to be taxed as though their thriving businesses are actually empty buildings — meaning, of course, that residential taxpayers and small businesses pick up the tab in higher property taxes. The question is, will the Legislature agree?