Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Wisconsin GOP leaders embrace last century priorities.

Having gerrymandered themselves into legislative permanence, WI GOP leaders are now looking to roll back the calendar.

They are saying "no" to legalizing medical marijuana, [Vos] "no" to expanded federal Medicaid funding, "no" to long-term state-funded land stewardship, "no" to an increase to the Walker-enforced and unlivable hourly minimum wage of $7.25, and "no" to 82 proposed building improvements or replacement on state campuses, in correctional facilities, among other Evers' initiatives.

Checking on rumors that the backward-looking GOP may offer subsidies to phonograph record makers, and could lure stagecoach companies to the state to alleviate congestion on the roads Walker left rutted with Scottholes. 

Wisc Sen. Scott Fitzgerald.jpg
WI GOP Senate Majority Leader and leading modern times' naysayer to Scott Fitzgerald

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