The party’s excessive arguing over health care policy distracts from what the real focus should be: Donald Trump.
Paul Fanlund is editor and publisher of The Capital Times. A longtime Madisonian, he was a State Journal reporter and editor before becoming a vice president of Madison Newspapers. He joined the Cap Times in 2006.
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