All 50 Senate Democrats were joined by 12 Republicans in voting ‘yes’ on a procedural vote and advance a bill to protect same-sex marriages. Ron Johnson was not one of them.
It takes compromise for bills to pass in Washington and for change to happen in Wisconsin. How often do Wisconsin’s Senators actually work with the other side?
The Republican senator also told a local group he’s working on an amendment that could gut the law being proposed by Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
A plan that stabilized and saved the pensions of millions of Americans passed with no support from Wisconsin Republicans.
From the repeal of abortion rights to Republicans ignoring middle class concerns, delegates find motivation in remarks from Gov. Tony Evers, Sen. Tammy Baldwin, and the Democratic candidates to replace Sen. Ron Johnson.
Governor says Roe repeal made his seven female grandchildren second-class citizens. “That’s bullshit,” he tells convention delegates.
Every Wisconsin Republican voted against the original bill, while Sen. Tammy Baldwin ensured coverage extends to “K2” vets who served at a former Soviet base shortly after the 9/11 attacks.
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