The Journal Times gets one right in this commentary opposing the Racine County Board's two tiered health insurance compensation program.
In a nutshell, the board has eliminated health insurance for any new county supervisors while keeping it for incumbent supervisors. This is no small matter insofar as the insurance is worth far more than the monetary compensation. So the board has created considerable incentives for themselves to continue as supervisors while creating disincentives to any challengers. Not only is this wrong, I have a hard time believing it could be legal.
If nothing else, we should vote out anyone who is benefitting from such a corrupt program.