Last month, state Treasurer Matt Adamczyk declared his candidacy for the state Assembly. We caught up with Adamczyk in his basement office in the state Capitol to discuss his effort to get the legislature to adopt a constitutional amendment to abolish Adamczyk’s job. We also discuss the Secretary of State and his travel woes, how Adamczyk became state treasurer, and what is the BCPL?
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James Wigderson is the Editor of RightWisconsin. He was a weekly columnist for the Waukesha Freeman, an education reporter for Watchdog.org, and a contributor to Media Trackers, the MacIver Institute and the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute.
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Great news for Wisconsin families! After @WILawLiberty filed a lawsuit, the WI Dept of Public Instruction and Dept of Revenue agreed to end an illegal, "one and done" application policy that blocked families from enrolling in the state's ed voucher program
"Governor Evers used the partial veto power to create new laws never approved by the legislature. The Court's decision recognizes limits to the partial veto power that will safeguard liberty and uphold the separation of powers." - @RickEsenberg @WILawLiberty #wiright #wipolitics
"Governor Evers used the partial veto power to create new laws never approved by the Legislature," he said in a statement. "The court's decision recognizes limits to the partial veto power that will safeguard liberty and uphold the separation of powers."
Wisconsin DOJ’s lawsuit challenging @BetsyDeVosED rule on allocation of CARES Act funding to private schools is politically motivated and is harmful to private schools and their students who were just as impacted by the pandemic. https://t.co/rtxrrvwXv0