Friday, July 10, 2015

Wisconsin Assembly Republicans are hoping that voters are not paying attention on Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Backlash over records move prompts Assembly mea culpa.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7/9/2015)

 From the Journal Sentinel article

Unfortunately, November 8, 2016, might be too late.

Wisconsin Republicans, with their big majorities (19-14 in the Senate, 63-36 in the Assembly) have the following opportunities between now and then to do damage.

No snoozin', please.

Related posts:
Dear Scott Walker, As for the awareness question, a simple "yes" would have sufficed.  (7/7/2015) 
The road not taken by Joint Finance Co-Chair Nygren and Assembly Speaker Vos.  (7/7/2015) 
Open records and Scott Walker's concerns with constituents' privacy.  (7/5/2015)
Scott Walker does David Bowie.  (7/4/2015)
Open records and Scott Walker's irresolute response.  (7/4/2015) 
When it comes to transparency, ALEC wants to have it both ways.  (7/4/2015)
You have to wonder what dictionary Joint Finance co-chair John Nygren is working from.  (7/3/2015) 
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos's definition of transparency: All the self-serving Republican news releases I see fit to print
Good question, Albert Darling. So why the lack of transparency in Wisconsin? (7/3/2015)

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