As we await the Supreme Court’s decision on gerrymandering cases we’re stuck with the stubborn resistance by majority Republicans in the state Legislature refusing to give up their unethical swipe of citizens’ rights to pick their elected officials.
The wisc editorial agenda 2019 - "our" government 04/09/19 as we await the supreme court's decision on the gerrymandering cases before it we're stuck with the stubborn resistance by majority republicans in the state legislature refusing to give up their unethical swipe of citizens' right to pick their elected officials.
But in the meantime democratic state senator chris larson's package of bills aimed at campaign finance reform is on the table.
And us senator tammy baldwin joined 46 senate democrats in introducing a package of government reform bills that would secure voting rights, require campaign contribution disclosure and impose greater ethics enforcement.
The most recent marquette university law school poll showed seventy-two percent of voters want a nonpartisan commission to handle redistricting, and that's still the most important key to reclaiming "our" government.
Bu we're pleased to see other government reform measures getting some discussion.