Sean Duffy and Reid Ribble have remained silent on Catholic bishops' criticism of the Paul Ryan budget that gives huge tax breaks to the super-rich while gutting programs relied on by working families and poor people.
MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following the vote by Wisconsin's Republican Congressional delegation to follow Paul Ryan's budget, which ends Medicare.
Statement of WisDems Chair Mike Tate on the Paul Ryan Budget that Ends Medicare as We Know It to Fund Tax Breaks for Millionaires, Billionaires and Corporations
MADISON – Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on the newly released Republican budget plan offered by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan.
ICYMI: Scott Walker’s Republican Party Worked in Conjunction With Big Party Bosses at the Republican National Committee on Partisan Redistricting Power Grab
MADISON – This week, startling details emerged from the federal court case challenging the radical, unconstitutional redistricting plot hatched by Scott Walker’s Republican Party, including revelations that the maps were provided in advance to Walker’s big party bosses at the Republican National Committee.
MADISON – Despite his hypocritical vote to repeal the successful Affordable Care Act and his hyper-partisan allegiance to Paul Ryan’s disastrous budget that privatizes Medicare and slashes Medicaid while preserving corporate giveaways, “Struggling” Sean Duffy is now trying making the case that he is against reforms that contain costs and encourage efficiencies in the same Medicare programs whose end he sought.
MADISON – Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following today’s report from the Department of Workforce Development that Wisconsin’s jobless claims rose for the second month in a row, bringing the state’s unemployment rate to 7.9%.
MADISON – Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate today released an estimate of the number of jobs which would be lost in Wisconsin as a result of the Republican Party’s presidential candidates support for extreme economic policies, including a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution included in the Tea Party budget plan passed by the U.S. House of Representatives this summer.