Maybe it's a sign that Wisconsin's failure to even produce a bill for discussion - - making it the laggard in Great Lakes states' legisltive and policy inaction - - is breaking into mainstream awareness.
Note this posting by a 20-year-old UW-Madison engineering student.
Posted by James Rowen at 11:00 AM
"Milwaukee and its suburbs are one of the most segregated areas in the nation, and the inner city has been devastated by the effects of lost manufacturing jobs and high rates of unemployment and incarceration…
"[GOP WI Gov. Scott] Walker, a longtime former resident of Wauwatosa, has related better to the conservative suburbs of Milwaukee than to its liberal urban core, first as county executive and then as governor."
- - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 8/26/16