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26
May
2017

seniorsAct would help nearly a million people in small businesses and farmers in Wisconsin who work without a retirement plan. AARP estimates increased retirement savings could reduce state spending by up to $3.1 billion a year.

Written by GBP Staff   
 
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25
May
2017

municipal-concrete-projectWisconsin Contractor Coalition reports 53 percent increase over 2016 in new municipal projects being awarded to out-of-state companies after governor’s plan to do away with prevailing wage for state-funded contracts.

Written by Wisconsin Assembly Democrats   
 
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24
May
2017

uwgb-studentRepublicans introduce alternative plan that does nothing to lower student loan payments for the nearly 1 million Wisconsinites who are struggling with student loan debt.

Written by GBP Staff   
 
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23
May
2017

walker-no-jobsThe most recent LAB report again points out that WEDC does not collect the information necessary to report on the jobs promised when taxpayer dollars are used. Is our money effectively and efficiently invested?

Written by Kathleen Vinehout, State Senator 31st District   
 
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22
May
2017

americanhealthcareactThe American Health Care Act passed in the House cuts $839 billion from Medicaid, removes coverage from millions, and drastically alters healthcare protections for the rest. It would shift billions to Wisconsin taxpayers and does nothing to reduce health care costs, it only reduces the revenue available to pay them.

Written by Disability Rights Wisconsin, Dan Idzikowski   
 
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20
May
2017

police-officersTime for Assembly to Step Up for Spouses and Children of Law Enforcement Officers Killed in the Line of Duty.

Written by Janet Bewley Press, State Senator Dist 25   
 
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