23 GOP sponsors, mapped.
GOP lawmakers bail on host of bills, from privatizing water utilities to school bathroom policies. (Wisconsin State Journal, 2/21/2016)
Those bills and others — including banning the sale of fetal tissue, repealing the state’s minimum markup law, legalizing fantasy sports and allowing concealed guns on school grounds and in university buildings — failed to pass muster in the Assembly.
As quoted in Bill to allow guns on school grounds has support from handful of school officials. (Madison.com, 1/16/2016)
Other posts about Jesse Kremer, elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly with 38.6% of the vote in a primary election:
In so many words, Rep. Jesse Kremer sez he'll sleep better with more guns in Wisconsin schools. (1/14/2016)
Cartoon conservative principles, the Christmas edition: Rep. Kremer accuses fire officials of 'relieving themselves'. (12/23/2015)
Bathroom bill update: Julaine Appling must have inadvertently loosened her grip on Jesse Kremer's leash. (12/16/2015)
Out of (local) control: When it comes to anything resembling a train, Republicans just can't help themselves. (12/1/2015)
The 'bathroom bill' marriage of Jesse Kremer and Julaine Appling. (11/21/2015)
ALEC/NRA waterboy Jesse Kremer blames the media. (10/23/2015)
Waterboys for the NRA and ALEC: Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) and Sen. Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) (10/13/2015)
Wisconsin Republicans continue their laser-like focus on jobs and the economy. (10/7/2015)
Wisconsin Assembly candidate denounces tax breaks for wind energy but conveniently overlooks what big oil receives. (8/7/2014)
Just what the Wisconsin legislature needs: Another ALEC disciple. (8/7/2014)