No state delegation in America has been less receptive to a federal coronavirus relief package than the WISGOP delegation to Washington.
Jerry, a fifth-generation Wisconsin farmer, voted for Trump in 2016. After three years of policies that hurt his community, Jerry’s decided it’s time to speak up. pic.twitter.com/UxHHrcnmgx — Priorities Wisconsin (@PrioritiesWI) February 18, 2020
Authorities in Wisconsin did not want you to read this story. First a prosecutor sought a gag order after I reached out seeking comment. Then a state agency sent me a cease and desist order warning of potential criminal charges. Proud of @NBCNews for publishing it anyway. https://t.co/Gd2QoK54wS — Mike Hixenbaugh (@Mike_Hixenbaugh) January 27, 2020…
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In 2019, Minnesota generated nearly 22% of its total electricity from wind and solar, according to data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. In Wisconsin, wind and solar account for less than 3%.
Vos & Fitzgerald like their backwater state This one-party governing-by-cruelty-and-obstruction will keep Wisconsin in the grip of petty hacks and business bellhops smugly content to keep the state stuck in a backwater while the country moves ahead. Call it the elitism of the mediocre, a win for the dullest, lowest common denominator.
Don’t you all feel rich, rich, rich with these lower taxes? You don’t? Why not? It’s likely because this measure looked at taxes as a percentage of overall income in the state, which doesn’t account for who is getting those gains.
It’s not only a federal problem…