Dems Place Party Politics Ahead of Saving Lives
Today, the Assembly failed to override Governor Evers’ veto of Assembly Bill 76 when several Democrat members doubled back on their commitment to constituents, flip flopping their vote in favor of Evers and their party bosses.
Will Rep. Vruwink Submit to Dem Party Strong-Arm?
After Governor Evers vetoed legislation that would’ve brought much needed relief to communities and elderly Wisconsinites throughout the state, the Assembly will attempt to right that wrong by holding a veto override vote on Assembly Bill 76 while on the floor tomorrow. Rep. Don Vruwink...
Flip-Flopper Beth Meyers?
Tomorrow, the state Assembly will once again vote to improve care for Wisconsin’s elderly and disabled by voting to override Governor Evers’ veto of Assembly Bill 76. The Assembly will need 66 votes to successfully override the governor’s veto.
Will Rep. Doyle Kowtow to Party Politics?
Tomorrow, the state Assembly will vote to reaffirm its commitment to providing care for the disabled and elderly when they vote to override Gov. Evers’ veto of Assembly Bill 76. Initially casting a vote in support of this bipartisan legislation, all eyes now turn to State Rep. Steve Doyle...