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Feb
2016

clean-drinking-waterLegislation threatens safety of drinking water; removes local public control over Wisconsin’s water systems. Press Conference on Water Privatization Bill scheduled for Wednesday, February 3rd in Green Bay.


GREEN BAY - On Wednesday, Senator Dave Hansen will join community leaders from Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters and Sierra Club to call on the Wisconsin State Senate to reject a bill that threatens drinking water for millions of Wisconsinites and opens the door to corporate control of Wisconsin’s water systems.

dave-hansenThis legislation benefits the private water industry while removing the transparency and accountability that allows citizens and local elected officials to ensure safe drinking water.  Senator Hansen, representatives from Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters, Fox Valley Sierra Club, and additional community members will be available for comment after short prepared remarks.

WHAT: Press Conference on Water Privatization Bill

WHERE: The Rotunda of the Brown County Courthouse, 100 S Jefferson St, Green Bay, WI 54301

WHEN: Wednesday, February 3rd, 2pm CST

WHO: Speakers will include: Senator Dave Hansen, Staush Gruszynski of Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters, Will Stahl of the Fox Valley Sierra Club, and other community leaders

Written by League of Conservation Voters, Jonah Hermann   
 
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31
Jan
2016

student-loansRepublicans reject several Democratic alternatives to address our student loan debt crisis, offering nothing more than election-year Band-Aids in return.

Written by GBP Staff   
 
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29
Jan
2016

scott-walkerNew Marquette Poll shows support for Gov. Scott Walker is still floundering locally since his failed out of state adventure last fall for the Republican Presidential nomination. Other issues on guns, local schools, the Wisconsin economy and water quality remain important to voters.

Written by GBP Staff   
 
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