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Thursday, October 27, 2011

UNHealthy Youth Act gets the BOOT

This is a great day for schoolchildren throughout the state of Wisconsin.

The so-called UN"Healthy Youth Act" forced upon school districts/parents/minor children by the liberal Planned Parenthood fans is now receiving the well-deserved boot. View last sessions fiasco HERE. Control of local curriculum with regards to HEALTH education will now revert to local communities and school boards, where it belongs.

‎Today in Madison, the "Strong Communities...Healthy Kids Act" (SB 237) passed in the Senate Education Committee on a partisan 4-3 vote (with one amendment). This bill repeals & revises the so-called "Healthy Youth Act" that the liberals passed last session.

Good news, indeed.

Washington County Budget Proposal On Line

Washington County Supervisor Mark McCune, Erin, a long time advocate of smaller government, has requested a levy reduction for 2012 of $1,000,000. McCune said, "I have gone on record several times outlining my belief that Government needs to shrink going forward, and I believe the County should start this next year with my proposed reductions."

A spokesperson for W-C3, Washington County Conservative Citizens, when asked for a comment on the proposed cuts, said he had not seen the specifics but "for 2011 Washington County has a $2.85 per thousand tax rate compared to Waukesha County is at $1.97 and Ozaukee County is at $1.74. $2,000,000 would be better."

For copies of Supervisor Mark McCune's budget proposal or additional comments or questions, the Supervisor may be contacted directly atwashsupervisor@nconnect.net or W-C3 at bill.meyers@w-c3.org or 262.628.2940.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Walker: Reforms & Results

Guess what, folks? It's working!

This has been a year of historic change in Wisconsin. Facing a $3.6 Billion deficit, Governor Scott Walker and state lawmakers got to work making the hard decisions to get the state's finances back on track. Their reforms gave local governments and school districts the tools they so badly needed to balance their own budgets without raising taxes.

Change is hard. As one school board member and small business owner recently told us, "It's not easy doing what you think is right."

The good news is, the reforms are working.

Read the latest blog info from Gov. Walker HERE.

Friday, October 14, 2011

New EMBRYONIC Billboard in Green Bay

This is sweet. Kudos to PLW!

Pro-Life Wisconsin is excited to announce the launch of a multi-media effort, spreading the personhood message across Wisconsin. The personhood movement has tremendous grassroots support in Wisconsin and throughout the country, and we are excited to be able to spread that message even further.

A billboard located on Highway 41, south of Green Bay, features people at different stages of development, along with the tagline, “You, Me, Everybody… We’re all just grown-up embryos.” The billboard directs viewers to PersonhoodWisconsin.com, a website launched to promote the personhood movement here in Wisconsin.

To view the billboard, click here. The billboard will move to a different Green Bay location every thPLWree months.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Baby Killing Suspended Indefinitely in Rockford

As breaking news shows, things aren't so safe and legal at the abortion mill in Rockford, Illinois. According to the suspension notice released by the Illinois Department of Public Health on September 30, 2011, “the department had found conditions at the facility that are a direct threat to the public interest, health, safety and welfare requiring immediate, emergency action.”

For folks that might not be aware, this stateline abortuary operates out of a multi-story abandoned old brick school. Tens of thousands of innocent children (including many Wisconsinites) have lost their lives at this facility.

MANY Wisconsin teenagers travel over the Wisconsin-Illinois border to have abortions to avoid Wisconsin's parental consent laws. In fact, the abortion mill referenced below has ads in the Yellow Pages of at least one stateline phonebook that highlights: * No Parental Consent, * No 24-Hour Waiting Period
ROCKFORD — The Illinois Department of Public Health has suspended the operating license for the Rockford abortion clinic.

The reasons for the suspension are outlined in a three-page notice, dated Sept. 29 and signed by Damon T. Arnold, the director of the state department.

According to the notice, the department “found conditions at (the Northern Illinois Women’s Center) that are directly threatening to the public interest, health, safety and welfare requiring immediate, emergency action.”

Read full story HERE