The Wisconsin State AFL-CIO compiled a legislative scorecard to grade how well state legislators have served working families in the 2013-2014 Wisconsin Legislative Session.
The voting record tracks how lawmakers voted on issues of importance to workers, their families and their unions.
A paper copy is available at the Hall for you to review during business hours
An explanation of ALEC.
See how ALEC has affected Wisconsin:
A May Day 2014 Lament for American Labor
by JACK RASMUS
Today, May 1, 2014, is International Labor Day. It is worth summing up how well American workers—and their unions—have fared over the past year; since the so-called economic recovery began in mid-2009; and for the recent decades preceding.
What’s happened to jobs, wages and incomes, health and retirement security, and other indicators of the quality of life for the more than 100 million non-supervisory wage and salary earners—the core of the working class in America—over the past decade and especially since 2009?… Read more... “Working Families in America Today”
If you have not renewed your license or obtained registration or a license,
YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO LEGALLY PERFORM ELECTRICAL WORK IN WISCONSIN starting tomorrow, April 1st.
You can stop by Wisconsin DSPS at 1400 E Washington between 7:45am and 4:30pm to obtain or renew licenses. (Turn onto Dickinson St. off E Washington. It's also 55 N Dickinson St.)