We've moved so dramatically right in this state, that a total flip of power would never bring us back, even just a little. Democrats typically don't have the balls to pass their own agenda. I wonder what'll it take to breath some life into these people when they do control state government. Look at the radical list of lost rights passed by these corporate thieves:
Channel3000: The Wisconsin state Senate has passed a bill that would remove a requirement in state law that voter registration be offered to students in high school … saying high school students have many other options for registering and it's a burden for elections officials to offer it at the schools. pointed out testimony from the Fond Du Lac County Clerk pointing out a situation in which 80 students at a local high school registered to vote, but only five ended up voting. Sen. Jon Erpenbach, D-Middleton, retorted by saying "So what?"
josonline: A Racine County man couldn't vote Tuesday after poll workers refused to accept his U.S. Veterans Administration card as a qualifying photo ID. Gil Paar, 69, of Mount Pleasant, told the Racine Journal Times that he has a state driver's license he could have shown, but instead just declined to vote. “Basically I was trying to make a point,” Paar told the newspaper. “I gave them four years of my life, why shouldn’t I be able to use my vet’s card?”
Jsonline: The Assembly approved major changes to wetlands regulations to ease restrictions over development in Wisconsin … current law hamstrings development. The aim was to balance environmental interests and the rights of property owners … developers would not be required to look for suitable sites elsewhere. It also establishes a balancing test that evaluates the economic and environmental effect of a project. Advocates of the bill say the changes would allow the DNR to spend more time on complicated projects.
The Assembly has concurred in a bill that would, in part, eliminate damages in employment discrimination cases.