“Historic Indictment & Investiture” Battleground Wisconsin Podcast
We discuss the Wisconsin flavor to the historic Trump indictment this week where the role of fake electors is central. We talk about the decades-long work that military sexual trauma survivors have done and what it all means in terms of President Biden’s new Executive Order updating the Military Justice Code.
We welcome State Representative Kristina Shelton to discuss the introduction of her BadgerCare Public Option bill expanding access to affordable healthcare for Wisconsinites and her attendance at the ALEC convention last week. We are also joined by Teamsters Local 662 Business Agent, Dan Boley to discuss the strike at Leinenkugels, how it is part of a broader national anti-union effort by Molson Coors, and how the Teamsters Local 662 will be calling for a boycott of Molson Coors products.
Janet Protesaiwicz is sworn in this week. We discuss whether it will be a new era of a progressive Wisconsin Supreme Court, as Law Forward immediately files a critically important gerrymandering case. Minnesota marijuana legalization has begun, leaving Wisconsin a weed revenue island. MAGA Rep. Van Orden bullies kids at the Capitol and Sen. Tammy Baldwin still has no serious GOP opponent.
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- Here are the 10 people who participated in Wisconsin’s fake elector scheme in 2020.
- How the fake electors in seven states are central to the Trump Jan. 6 indictment.
- Biden Overhauls Military Justice Code, Seeking to Curb Sexual Assault.
- FACT SHEET: President Biden to Sign Executive Order Implementing Bipartisan Military Justice Reforms.
- Democratic lawmakers attend ALEC meetings to see what might be on the Legislature’s agenda.
- Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice-elect Janet Protasiewicz to be sworn in.
- Lawsuit challenging Wisconsin’s legislative maps filed at the state Supreme Court.
- Gerrymandering petition filed with Wisconsin Supreme Court.
- Lawsuit against legislative maps filed at Wisconsin Supreme Court.
- Marijuana is now legal in Minnesota. What does that mean for us in Wisconsin?
- Editorial | Van Orden keeps getting in trouble for picking on teenagers
- Leinenkugel’s officials meet with workers on strike, no progress made.