James Wigderson

Walker Campaign Launches Digital Ad Campaign Promoting Foxconn Announcement

Coinciding with the start of the special session of the Wisconsin legislature to consider the proposed deal with Foxconn, Governor Scott Walker’s re-election campaign has launched a statewide digital ad campaign promoting the announcement that up to 13,000 jobs may be created at a new $10 billion manufacturing facility. “Foxconn’s investment is a once-in-a-century opportunity to transform Wisconsin’s economy, and an example of Gov. Walker delivering results for hard-working Wisconsin families,” said Joe Fadness, campaign manager in a release Tuesday. “The governor’s bold conservative reforms have Wisconsin headed in the right direction, and we want Wisconsinites to hear that...

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Speaker Vos Statement on Foxconn Announcement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 26, 2017 For Further Information Contact: Speaker Robin Vos (608) 266-3387   Speaker Vos Statement on Foxconn Announcement Madison…Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) released the following statement in regards to the Foxconn decision to build its first U.S. manufacturing plant in Wisconsin. Speaker Vos joined President Donald Trump, Speaker Paul Ryan, Governor Scott Walker and company officials for the announcement at the White House. “This is a day to remember in Wisconsin; this is a huge opportunity for our state. The selection of Wisconsin will impact generations of families. The manufacturing plant will provide thousands of...

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Grothman Supports Easing Regulations on “Earn-and-Learn” Programs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 26, 2017 Contact: Bernadette Green, (202) 225-2476 Grothman Supports Easing Regulations on “Earn-and-Learn” Programs (Washington, D.C.) – Congressman Glenn Grothman (R-Glenbeulah) today supported apprenticeship, or “earn-and-learn”, programs and encouraged easing regulatory burdens on such programs during an Education and the Workforce Higher Education and Workforce Development Subcommittee hearing. Grothman questioned Michael Bennett, vice president of Cianbro Companies, a national construction services company. Excerpts of Grothman remarks Grothman: “There are restrictions on the number of apprentices you can hire per journeyman. Give me some examples of a job where it would be appropriate to have more apprentices...

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@WILL on Twitter

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"The legislature must follow the Constitution and, when it doesn't, the courts should step in,” Rick Esenberg, WILL president & general counsel, said. “The problem here is that the extraordinary session in which these laws were passed was constitutional.” https://t.co/cqXTo4bs2I
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WILL President @RickEsenberg joins @WTAQMorningNews at 8:15 this morning to discuss WILL's amicus brief on behalf of former state lawmakers in the lawsuit against the Dec 2018 extraordinary session.

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"There is nothing that distinguishes the December, 2018 extraordinary session from any other in a legally relevant way.”

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WILL filed an amicus Tuesday on behalf of former lawmakers, including @LeahVukmir, in the lawsuit against the Dec 2018 extraordinary session at SCOWIS.

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