A Question for State Rep Robin Vos:
Dear Representative Vos,
The State of Wisconsin continues to lead the Nation in Drunk Driving and hiding the actions of government Agencies .
up we have the dichotomy of City of Racine (and other) Taxpayers
funding a Brewery to a couple of property tax deadbeats in the drunkest
State of the Nation:
See: Little Port Brewing Company Proprietors Ask for Taxpayer Funds While Owing Over $25,000 in Property Tax Arrears!
the GOP demands more regulation and restrictions - while ignoring the
illegal gambling operations and income tax evasion in Businesses which
serve alcohol in the State of WI:
The State of Wisconsin is about to approve the 4 strikes bill for one of the drunkest States in the Nation:
WI — Repeat drunk drivers will permanently lose their driver's licenses
if they are convicted of 4 or more OWI-related offenses under a bill
that is awaiting Gov. Scott Walker's signature.
The bill authored
by State Sen. Van Wanggaard (R-Racine) and State Rept. John Spiros
(R-Marshfield) passed the senate in Nov. 2017 on a unanimous vote, and
just passed the Assembly Thursday night.
The WI GOP is demanding an "Alcohol Czar"
- Wisconsin would create an "alcohol czar" with police powers and a
mandate to toughen enforcement of the state's liquor laws, under a
fast-moving proposal from a top GOP senator.
Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) said a committee could hold a hearing
as soon as Thursday on his proposal, which would also give a special
liquor exemption to the Kohler American Resort.
Downtown Racine is famous for it's DRUNKFESTS along with the related crime, hoologism and bad behaviors,
So CITY OF RACINE Taxpayers are going to invest in... a BREWERY, in Downtown Racine - ! ?
WILL Press Release | WILL Testifies on Importance of Government Transparency
HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE - on your watch?
a failing City in SE WI is going to invest taxpayer $$$ into a Brewery
into one of the drunkest Cities/States in the Nation, and your new law
will make multiple offenders unemployable while increasing the Prison
population calling for more taxpayer spending on WI's Prison Industry!?
I look forward to your response.
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