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  • New Republican Absentee Voting Law Another Round in “Voter Games”

    Posted by Bob Kiefert, Green Bay Progressive
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    GREEN BAY - If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. That seems to be the Republican motto when it comes to keeping those pesky Democratic voters from voting. A few years back, they invented the great “voter fraud” epidemic, with no real evidence that it ever existed, to justify a voter ID law in Wisconsin. Since many more poor people, espec ...
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  • The Republicans in Washington Must Think We’re Pretty Stupid

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    GREEN BAY – I have been listening to the “debate” coming out of our nation’s capitol all day on CNN and just can’t help but comment. Today, the Republicans in the House voted to hold the budget of the United States hostage so that they could make a statement about ObamaCare. They would fund the budget but not the implementation of the Affordable C ...
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  • Who is Mary Burke?

    Posted by Bob Kiefert, Green Bay Progressive
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    A few months ago Burke wasn't on the radar screen of possible Democratic candidates for governor in 2014, and now she seems to be the hand picked candidate pushed by the party establishment. But having family money and running with the country club set have not been known to buy you love in traditional Democratic circles. GREEN BAY - According t ...
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  • Are Conservatives Hiding the Truth about the Costs of ObamaCare?

    Posted by Bob Kiefert, Green Bay Progressive
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    GREEN BAY - Maybe, if you don’t look at it, it will go away? That seems to be the conservative stand on the Affordable Health Care Act, commonly known as ObamaCare. In Washington, the right wing in the House has voted 40 times to kill ObamaCare, while the pressing problems of the nation like job creation and immigration go unanswered. Governor Sc ...
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  • Zimmerman Trial Reflects White Prejudice in Legal System

    Posted by Bob Kiefert, Green Bay Progressive
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    GREEN BAY – The American Legal System boasts that it gives the accused the right to a trial before his or her peers. Unfortunately for justice, it sometimes does not guarantee the same right for the victim. Such was graphically the case in the trial of George Zimmerman last week in Florida for the murder of Trayvon Martin. In case you were vacati ...
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  • Sen. Mark Miller: What Happened to Wisconsin?

    Posted by Mark Miller, State Senator 16th District
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    Mark F. Miller (D-Monona) is serving his third term in the Wisconsin Senate. He
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    Native Americans, originating from the Great Law of the Iroquois, have approached conservation decisions made today as ones that should benefit the people seven generations from now. Today, we seem to be rushing towards a new era, one where promises of the past are cast aside in the name of eliminating obstacles for business. MADISON - Wisconsin ...
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  • Hemp: Its Time has Come

    Posted by Kathleen Vinehout, State Senator 31st District
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    Kathleen Vinehout of Alma is an educator, business woman, and farmer who is now
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    Senate Bill 119 would legalize growing hemp and create an active industrial program and license growers, actions eagerly supported by Wisconsin farmers. The Bill has strong bi-partisan support and Sen. Vinehout hopes it will pass quickly. MADISON - Farmers in diverse states like Hawaii, Kentucky, Maine and Minnesota are researching a new cr ...
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  • Proposal to De-license Occupations Gains Steam in Senate

    Posted by Kathleen Vinehout, State Senator 31st District
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    Two bills moving through the Senate would create a non-elected council to review professional licenses and propose legislation that would de-license professions in Wisconsin. Many professionals around the state have voiced opposition. MADISON - Imagine you are with your loved one who is in the hospital. Night comes. You prepare to leave, gentl ...
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  • Two Worlds Apart: The Capitol and the Great River Road

    Posted by Kathleen Vinehout, State Senator 31st District
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    The contrast between the frenzy in the Capitol on the state budget and Foxconn and the slow pace of life along the Great River Road in western Wisconsin is great, but the decisions made in Madison will significantly influence people’s lives in western Wisconsin. MADISON, WI - “Oh, my gosh,” I said to the Senate page. “I need that book.” The ‘boo ...
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  • Problems Left for the Next State Budget Writers

    Posted by Kathleen Vinehout, State Senator 31st District
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    Sen. Kathleen Vinehout examines the lack of foresight in the budget just passed by the legislature and how it relates to three major issues – education, transportation and shared revenue. MADISON - “Policy is who pays, who doesn’t pay and where the money gets spent,” said the President of the NAACP in a recent speech. Policy making was center s ...
    Sep 19 Tags: Untagged
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