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Written by WisDems Press, Hannah Menchhoff   
Tuesday, 06 September 2022 19:39

biden-union-praiseGOP in Pocket of Special Interests


MADISON, Wis. – Yesterday, local and national labor leaders celebrated President Biden’s work to build an economy that finally works for working families at Laborfest. Thanks to steadfast leadership from President Biden, Governor Evers, and Democrats in Congress, Wisconsinites are seeing record job growth, higher wages, and saving money on everything from prescription drugs to home energy bills. 

People across the state are reading about how President Biden is the most pro-union, pro-worker president and how Democrats’ Inflation Reduction Act is a win for Wisconsin workers:

UpNorthNews: Wisconsin Union Leader Sees Biden’s Labor Day Visit to Milwaukee as Part of the Bridge Being Built to Future Jobs

Channel 3000: ​​Local leaders tout impact of Inflation Reduction Act on drug prices

Wisconsin State Journal: U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin: Inflation Reduction Act cuts drug costs

WJFW: DPW Chair Wikler: Inflation Reduction Act Will Invest in Rural WI

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Voters across the state won’t forget that time and again, instead of supporting job creation, Wisconsin Republicans have put special interests and their wealthy donors over the families they’re supposed to represent. Senator Ron Johnson and Republican Representatives Steil, Fitzgerald, Grothman, Tiffany, and Gallagher all willfully failed working families when they voted against legislation that will cut costs and create good-paying jobs  – and this November, Wisconsin voters will hold them accountable at the ballot box. 

Seehafer News: No Republican Members Of Wisconsin Congressional Delegation Vote For CHIPS Bill

The Cap Times: Wisconsin officials split on 'Inflation Reduction Act' along party lines

Wisconsin Examiner: Johnson says he didn’t read infrastructure bill

 
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