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Walker Protects Polluters Who Illegally Dumped Human Waste PDF Print E-mail
Written by League of Conservation Voters, Ryan Billingham   
Friday, 06 July 2018 17:02

mining-runoffNonprofit, nonpartisan conservation group presents fourth entry in ‘Walker’s Wisconsin’ Series.

McCabe and Kober Tour Sand Mine Sites Near Black River Falls PDF Print E-mail
Written by Commoners for Mike McCabe, Christine Welcher   
Thursday, 05 July 2018 15:23

sand-mining-wiStatewide Candidates get private tour of area mines, and meeting with families whose lives have been affected by sand mines in their backyards.

Roys Promises Pardons If Roe Is Overturned PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kelda for Governor Press   
Wednesday, 04 July 2018 10:11

kelda-roys"The idea is that no one would ever serve a day in jail, no one would ever have a record, nobody would be convicted.” - Kelda Roys

MADISON - In an article appearing Tuesday in the Capitol Times, Gubernatorial Candidate Kelda Roys says she would pardon anyone charged under Wisconsin's criminal abortion ban if Roe v. Wade is overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.


The Cap Times: Kelda Roys: If Roe v. Wade is overturned, I would pardon anyone charged under state law
by Jessie Opoien, 7/3/2018


" this time of peril, certainly the most dangerous time for Roe v. Wade that we’ve ever had since 1973, it is essential that we elect somebody in Wisconsin who has been a champion on this issue and is unequivocal."

The future of abortion access in states with criminal bans on the books has been called into question since Justice Anthony Kennedy announced last week that he will retire from the high court.

Under Wisconsin's currently unenforceable ban, any person — other than the mother — who "intentionally destroys the life of an unborn child" is guilty of a class H felony, punishable by up to six years in prison, a fine of up to $10,000, or both.

If elected governor, Roys said, she would make it a priority to repeal Wisconsin's abortion ban. If any physician were to be charged with violating the ban, she said, she would pardon him or her.

"The idea is that no one would ever serve a day in jail, no one would ever have a record, nobody would be convicted.”

“...because abortion is such a personal decision, that is exactly why we have to not let politicians make this decision, we have to make sure that individual people get to make these decisions.”

Hemp Growing Pains PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kathleen Vinehout, State Senator 31st District   
Wednesday, 04 July 2018 01:33

hemp-farmerWisconsin farmers are facing challenges starting the new industrial hemp pilot program. Now confidentiality roadblocks are generating a new organization to connect growers, processors, retailers and consumers to establish and promote a dynamic hemp market.

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