Wisconsin’s lazy Republicans avoid doing their jobs AGAIN (VIDEO)

Watch as the Wisconsin Assembly Republicans gavel in the Governor Evers-called special session on modernizing the state‚Äôs unemployment system and then immediately move to adjourn until Thursday. I don’t know about you but I’m sick and tired of Wisconsin’s Assembly Republicans getting taxpayer-funded salaries to do nothing for months on…

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Wisconsin Wetlands Bill Needs Some Amendments!

Assembly approves bill to allow more development of wetlands under state control. MADISON – The state Assembly ventured into the contentious waters of wetlands this week, sending to the Senate a bill to roll back regulations designed to avoid or minimize construction on these ecologically important lands. The legislation has…

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Civil Service and the Uncivil Changes Proposed in Madison

I would just like to make a few comments about the proposals that will result in nullifying 100 plus years of civil service in Wisconsin. One of points in the new legislation will replace the exams currently given job applicants with scoring their resumes. And why would they want to…

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Republican-proposed civil service changes: a “solution” in need of a problem

In yet another case of Wisconsin’s Republicans proposing a “solution” to a problem that doesn’t exist, Republican State Sen. Roger Roth and State Rep. Jim Steineke (pictured, left) have proposed drastic changes to Wisconsin’s civil service laws, which were implemented 110 years ago as a way of removing political partisanship…

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Meet Jim Steineke, the new Majority Leader of Republicans in the State Assembly

Meet Jim Steineke, the new Wisconsin Assembly Republican Majority Leader. According to One Wisconsin Now, Jim Steineke’s record of criminal convictions dates back to 1991, as you can see here.

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