The conservative group Heritage Action gave Cheney a 91% score compared to just 56% for Stefanik during the most recent Congress.
The Republican Party is now officially not a party of issues, but Trump's cult of personality.
— Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) May 12, 2021
Republican legislators in Wisconsin have introduced almost a dozen "election security" bills that would make voting harder. Hundreds of other similar laws have been proposed across the nation.@KristinBrey breaks down why that matters, and what's being done to fight it ? pic.twitter.com/TN1eX0r2nB
— UpNorthNews (@UpNorthNewsWI) May 12, 2021
There has been controversy over wage and benefits for contract workers in the City of Milwaukee’s $20 million-for-1,200 jobs’ deal with Milwaukee Tool, but the agreement looks pretty good by comparison to Walker’s $3-billion-to-$4+ billion package of subsidies and taxpayer-provided amenities shoveled to Foxconn which Evers – despite GOP false and ridiculous monkey-wrenching – managed to knock down to about $80 million in tax credits for a promised 1,450 jobs.
The Department continues to fall short of the Settlement Agreement requirement that fewer than 15 percent of frisks fail to show individualized, objective, and articulable reasonable suspicion that the subject is armed and dangerous. Our analysis of officer-written narratives indicates that 86.8 percent of frisks are insufficiently justified. The narratives lack the specific details necessary to establish IOARS that the subject was armed and immediately dangerous to the safety of the officers and other people present at the scene of the encounter.
Wisconsin GOP leaders @TylerAugust @RepSteineke demand @GovEvers send the @WINationalGuard to Texas. It’s almost pathological, writes @rconniff, how they can’t seem to focus on what’s going on here at home. #COVID19 #WIBudget #PoliceReform https://t.co/aWyO9rpzvj
— Wisconsin Examiner (@WIExaminer) May 5, 2021