Two new bills would unravel many of Wisconsin’s water protections
Sen. Frank Lasee and Rep. Adam Jarchow teamed up to author two bills they are referring to as their “Property Rights Package”. The bills limit what is considered “public water” in Wisconsin, and restrict how activities in those waters are regulated.
Source: ACTION ALERT – Weakening Water Protections
Gov. Scott Walker said he will sign bills that eliminate the state elections board and rewrite campaign finance law next week.
Source: Walker Says He’ll Sign Major Elections Bills Next Week
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson was in Western Wisconsin Friday morning, giving people a chance to share their concerns on a variety of topics.
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Source: Sen. Johnson addresses living wage, Tomah VA during ‘office hours’ | La Crosse – WKBT News8000.com
Nate Timm – Chair of the Rural Caucus for the State of Wisconsin
A number of Democrats from throughout Shawano County attended a training session here in Shawano last night. The training known as “Winning with Community Connections” was presented by Nate Timm who is the Chair of the Rural Caucus for the State of Wisconsin.
The training is a strategy designed to engage local citizens in the key elements of a political or issue based campaign. It is based on the belief that people can be more effective in their role as citizens.
Attendees left the training with the tools to begin the first stage of setting up an active network of volunteers for future elections. Once the initial goals have been met, additional training is available to advance our goals.
If you would like to become involved, please contact us.
February 27, 2015 by Michael Matheson
During a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker stated, “If I can take on 100,000 protesters, I can do the same across the globe.” The remark was made in reference to America’s response to the terrorist group ISIS, who has conducted a series of brutal beheadings over the past several months.
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