State Rep. Christine Sinicki (D) used her Capitol office to coordinate support for striking UAW workers in Kohler, Wisconsin.
As the Wisconsin unemployment rate continues to beat the national unemployment rate, and more jobs are created, Wisconsin Democrats have called for an extraordinary session of the legislature to deal with the crisis. Yes, you read that right.
Democrats didn’t have to recuse themselves, but they abdicated their constituents anyway in a vote on campaign finance reform.
It seems that state Rep. Christine Sinicki, a Democrat from Milwaukee, still has trouble remembering to pay her bills and show up in court.
Democrats and a few Republicans voted to kill a fix to the bill even though drafting records show that the non-partisan drafter of the bill suggested the amendment be added prior to its initial introduction by Democrats in 2009.
After it was revealed that he and his office committed plagiarism, Rep. Evan Goyke was elected by Assembly Democrats to be caucus secretary.
In a gesture to remember the late Lady Margaret Thatcher, a bipartisan cadre of Wisconsin legislators submitted a joint resolution honoring her life and legacy. Such resolutions generally pass with little opposition and are often designed to recognize the life or worthy accomplishments of some person. Last session, for example, the legislature declared December 12, […]
A state lawmaker who once pled no-contest to the charge of asking for sexual favors offered a helpful bit of dating advice on his Facebook page last month. State Rep. Gordon Hintz (D – Oshkosh) posted a clever little rhyme on his official Facebook page along with a link to a press release by the […]
By Brian Sikma Last night, the Republican-led Assembly passed AB 210, the Obamacare compliance bill, by a vote of 57-39. Only five Republicans broke ranks from the majority and opposed the bill, and three Democrats left their party line to support the bill. The measure will now head to the Senate where the debate over […]