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Wisconsin Democrats are committed to building fairness, opportunity and community for all.
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Sen. Tammy Baldwin 13h
Infant mortality rates are too high in Wisconsin and if Republicans in the state legislature would stop standing in the way of accepting a federal investment in our BadgerCare program, we could expand quality, affordable Medicaid coverage and help lower infant mortality rates.
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One Wisconsin Now 15h
Does agree with fellow GOP on special education? Does he support & plan to cut 84% from the special ed funding proposed by ?
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Democratic Party WI 17h
Wow. This news comes as Republicans cut ' investment in special education by 84%. If cared about our kids, they would give our students the support they need.
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courtney beyer May 23
Where are Republicans’ priorities at when they say no to needed investments in special education and have members like Kapenga criticize the “full inclusion” of kids with disabilities?
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Governor Tony Evers May 23
"It's about time" is right. After 8 years of inaction by the Legislature, The People's Budget makes sure kids with special needs can get the same high quality education as every other kid.
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WI JFC Democrats May 23
This isn't the best they can do -- this is the most they are WILLING to do. Republicans' refusal to make critical investments in our schools says a lot about where their priorities lie.
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Democratic Party WI May 23
In 2011, Republicans made the biggest cut to public schools our state has ever seen. Today, they've cut $900 million from ' education budget. Who do you trust to do what's best for your kids? The GOP, or a governor who's spent his life in Wisconsin's schools?
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Chris Taylor May 23
It’s not just ’ plan. It’s the plan the people want.
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Democratic Party WI May 23
"A generous offer" That's what Republicans have to say about their budget that cuts special education funding by 84%.
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LaTonya Johnson May 23
When your definition of the “best you can do” isn’t what’s best for our kids, you haven’t done your job.
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Jon Erpenbach May 23
Cutting special education by 84% instead of 91% is the best our children are going to get? Republicans are continuing to underfund our schools. Democrats want full investment.
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Democratic Party WI May 23
Yesterday Republicans gutted $900 MILLION from ' education budget. Republicans say this is "the best they could do," but at the end of the day, they just care more about giving tax breaks to their wealthy friends than doing what's best for our kids.
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Jennifer Shilling May 23
Gutting investments for students and classrooms while continuing tax breaks for the wealthy and special interests is the worst they can do.
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Patty Schachtner May 22
Every child deserves a chance to have a quality public education. After a decade of no increases to special education funding, Republicans are touting a plan that cuts ' special education investment by 91 percent.
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One Wisconsin Now May 22
So, $900 million LESS.
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Democratic Party WI May 22
Replying to @GordonHintz
Congrats on the new addition Gordon!
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Jon Erpenbach May 22
held a press availability to discuss the GOP’s plan to continue historic cuts to our school system.
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Democratic Party WI May 22
. cut ' $606 million investment in special education by 91%. What about that is "kid friendly plus"?
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Democratic Party WI May 22
Republicans are picking winners and losers in this budget, and it just isn't fair. We need to support ALL of Wisconsin's children.
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Democratic Party WI May 22
Like says, the People's Budget is about connecting the dots. Without fully funding our classrooms and making sure every child has the chance to succeed, we can't expect to remedy the racial and economic inequalities hurting our state.
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