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Support Wisconsin's Independent Contractor Reforms, S.B. 485 and A.B. 487

On behalf of our FreedomWorks activists in Wisconsin, we respectfully urge your support of Senate Bill 485 and Assembly Bill 487 concerning delivery couriers and drivers. If enacted, Wisconsin’s statute will be a model for the nation in addressing the issues surrounding the changing employment landscape.

08/26/2021
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In Wisconsin Budget Battle, Democrats Put Progressive Policy Over People

Compared to the fiscal positions of many other states in the union, Wisconsin is in a good place. Democrat Gov. Tony Evers’ budget proposal, however, would falsely tell us otherwise.

05/11/2021
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Grassroots In Action: Lauren Chen at FreedomWorks Midwest Grassroots Conference

10/16/2019
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FreedomWorks' Member of the Month for May 2019: Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wisc.)

FreedomWorks is proud to honor Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wisc.) as our member of the month for May 2019. Rep. Sensenbrenner represents the people of Wisconsin’s 5th Congressional District, which encompasses part of the state’s southeastern corner and includes many of the Milwaukee suburbs.

05/01/2019
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Reforming Welfare by Restoring Federalism

As the economy begins to take off as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the next big thing we're going to see is a need for workers.

01/22/2018
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McAuliffe Takes a Page out of the Conservative Playbook

Many Virginians thought Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) forgot the General Assembly existed after his unilateral decree regarding felon voting rights last year. However, we have reason for encouragement this year as McAuliffe announced several reforms he wants to accomplish in his final year in office. Better late than never.

01/27/2017
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Wisconsinites Are Calling on Lawmakers to Support Justice Reform

BY Adam Brandon and Chris Ahmuth

As Wisconsin residents begin to engage in this election, Republicans and Democrats are split on many pressing issues — like how to handle the economy, what education policies to pursue, or what national security policies will keep us safe. But there’s one issue many voters are united on: criminal justice reform.

04/16/2016
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Wisconsin Hates the Muffin Man

It is illegal to sell a muffin to your neighbor in the state of Wisconsin. Cookies, cakes, and breads are all banned too. In fact, selling these items is a crime punishable by up to $1,000 in fines and six months in jail.

02/04/2016
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Right-To-Work Laws: Facts and Fallacies

In recent years, the topic of unionization and right-to-work laws has been raised as a fairly contentious issue. As state legislatures sought to recoup the costs incurred due to lost revenue following the Great Recession, de-unionization policies, at least at the public sector level, were floated as cost-cutting measures. But nearly as often, right-to-work laws at the private sector level were also explored and implemented, perhaps most infamously in the case of the state of Wisconsin under Governor Scott Walker.

09/03/2015
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ObamaCare's co-op programs aren't meeting enrollment goals, losing millions of dollars

When the so-called "public option" single-payer healthcare program was scrapped during the legislative "debate" over ObamaCare in 2009, lawmakers working on the bill created the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan Program as a compromise. The non-profit co-op program is meant to compete with private, for-profit health insurance plans in the individual and small group markets. The 2010 healthcare law provided $3.4 billion in start-up funding to help get the program off the ground.

07/31/2015

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