WI REPUBLICANS VOTE TO END COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY

WI REPUBLICANS VOTE TO END COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY

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WI REPUBLICANS VOTE TO END COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY REPORT: TIME SENSITIVE ACTION ITEM Wisconsin Republicans in the Senate and Assembly are voting to end our statewide COVID-19 public health emergency, issued by Governor Evers. This would undo our statewide mask mandate as COVID-19 continues to endanger Wisconsinites. If it passes, Evers cannot veto it under Wisconsin law. It is vital that every one of us contacts our State Senator (Alberta Darling) and State Assemblyperson (in Menomonee Falls, it could be either Janel Brandtjen or Dan Knodl) to let them know that we need this public emergency and mask mandate…
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Jack Larsen for Wisconsin State Assembly District 22

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JACK LARSEN FOR WISCONSIN STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 22 Courtesy: Jack Larsen/Facebook Jack Larsen is a student and an activist who has been working to make Wisconsin a safer and healthier place for people to live by advocating for common-sense gun reform with March for Our Lives and fighting for a stronger healthcare system for young children. Jack marches in all the parades with us and knocks doors and makes calls. He is running for the seat currently held by Rep. Janel Brandtjen. Join Jack Larsen for an MFAT virtual town hall on Saturday, June 13 from 10 am - 11…
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Listening Session with State Rep. Janel Brandtjen 5/9/19

Listening Session with State Rep. Janel Brandtjen 5/9/19

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REP. JANEL BRANDTJEN MENOMONEE FALLS LISTENING SESSION DATE: 5/9/19LOCATION: Menomonee Falls Public LibraryNotes 6 Menomonee Falls Action Team members attended Thursday's listening session with our State Representative Brandtjen. We raised the majority of the issues and held the Representative to the facts as well as we could in the format provided. Topics we raised and enjoyed strong discussion on included: Why Rep. Brandtjen doesn't support Medicaid Expansion in WisconsinIt would only help about 84,000 Wisconsinites obtain healthcareShe is not in favor of added "welfare"Community Memorial Hospital recently wrote her a letter stating that due to seeing too many Medicaid patients,…
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