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Demand Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Sen. Ron Johnson Say "NO" to Secret Health Care Deals
No Secret Health Care Deals

An aide to U.S. Senate Republicans was recently reported saying they were cutting secret, backroom deals and hiding the details of their scheme to repeal the Affordable Care Act from the public and Democrats, “ … because we aren’t stupid.”

It was a chilling admission from the Senate Republicans that they don’t think their plan can stand up to public scrutiny.

So this week we’re urging you to contact U.S. Senators Tammy Baldwin and Ron Johnson and tell them to say “NO” to secret deals.

If the Republicans in the U.S. Senate aren’t willing to have an open and public debate, or even tell their colleagues or the public what’s in their bill before they vote on it, then they should scrap it and start over.


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Wausau City Hall council Chambers • Wausau, WI
Monday, June 26, 2017 • 5:00pm

Two plans for the Phase II Thomas St construction (4th Ave east to the bridge) will be presented by the City for public review and comment; see City of Wausau site under "announcements" for meeting packet & comment form



Monday, June 26, 2017 • 5:00pm

The City will present two options for Phase II (from 4th Ave to the bridge) for public review and comment. See the official City site for meeting packet and comment form


No Hate in Our State

The Capital building in madison • Madison, WI
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 • 12:00pm

A rally against AB190 and in support of immigrant rights in Wisconsin Sponsored by Voces de la Frontera


General Monthly Meeting

Brown County Democratic Office • Green Bay, WI
Thursday, June 29, 2017 • 7:00pm

Scot Ross from One Wisconsin Now will present at the Brown County Democratic Monthly Meeting


Impeachment March

Milwaukee County Courthouse • Milwaukee, WI
Sunday, July 2, 2017 • 11:00am

On Sunday, July 2nd, we march to demand Congress DO THEIR JOB and remove Donald Trump from The White House.

According to Robert Reich:

By my count, there are now four grounds to impeach Donald Trump. The fifth appears to be on its way.

First, in taking the oath of office, a president promises to “faithfully execute the laws & the constitution.” That’s Article II Section 2.

But Trump is unfaithfully executing his duties as president by accusing his predecessor, president Obama, of undertaking an illegal and impeachable act, with absolutely no evidence to support the accusation.

Second, Article I Section 9 of the Constitution forbids government officials from taking things of value from foreign governments. But Trump is making big money off his Trump International Hotel by steering foreign diplomatic delegations to it, and will make a bundle off China’s recent decision to grant his trademark applications for the Trump brand – decisions Chinese authorities arrived at directly because of decisions Trump has made as president.

Third: The 1st Amendment to the Constitution bars any law “respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” But Trump’s ban on travel into the United States from 6 muslim countries – which he initiated, advocated for, and oversees – violates that provision.

Fourth: The 1st Amendment also bars “abridging the freedom of the press.” But Trump’s labeling the press “the enemy of the people,” and choosing who he invites to news conferences based on whether they’ve given him favorable coverage, violates this provision.

A fifth possible ground if the evidence is there: Article II Section 3 of the Constitution defines “treason against the United States” as “adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort.”

Evidence is mounting that Trump and his aides colluded with Russian operatives to win the 2016 presidential election.

Presidents can be impeached for what the Constitution calls “high crimes and misdemeanors.” The question is no longer whether there are grounds to impeach Trump. The practical question is whether there’s the political will.


Resistance Summer Community Cookout

524 S Layton Blvd • Milwaukee, WI
Sunday, July 2, 2017 • 1:00pm

Since November, Americans have been engaged in nonstop resistance to the dangerous rhetoric and actions of the Trump administration and the GOP. Millions of us have marched, protested, called, written, and otherwise stood up.

It's time to take a moment and celebrate what we’ve achieved — and recharge for the work ahead — with a summer social gathering: a Resistance Summer Community Potluck/Cook-Out

join us after the Impeachment March


Enjoy the Domes
Mitchell Park Horticultural
Conservatory, Sunday hours



Messaging Training for Activists with One Wisconsin Now

Hawthorne Library • Madison, WI
Monday, July 10, 2017 • 5:30pm

Join One Wisconsin Now and Indivisible Madison for a community meeting on the best tactics for making sure your voice is heard loud and clear during this important moment in history.

This training will focus on creating a more productive message and ways to get people to listen (for example, letters to the editor, letters to legislators, and in conversations with friends, and neighbors).

Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now will present this informative workshop designed to polish your technique for more effective delivery of any message.


Polk County Democrats Monthly Meeting

Village Pizzaria, Dresser • Dresser, WI
Thursday, July 13, 2017 • 5:30pm

Join your fellow Dems for a meal and fellowship, followed by our monthly meeting to plan and strategize for 2018 elections and beyond.

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Rebellions are built on hope...

They are.

And with what is going on with the madness and recklessness of Donald Trump.

And with what is going on with the lapdog Congress led by Trump allies Paul Ryan in the House and Ron Johnson in the Senate.

And with what is going on in our beloved Wisconsin and the pathological failure and incompetence of Scott Walker.

We must rebel. We must build it on hope.

But most importantly, we must build it together.

Are you as fed up as we are with pundits, Republicans, know-it-alls and do-nothings who keep trying to say the diversity of progressives is our biggest weakness, as they try to divide us?

We are.

Our diversity is our greatest strength. Our diversity is our power.

We know you’re ready for the nonsense to end. It’s not going to happen over night. It’s going to happen one day at a time, one week at a time, one action at a time.

Here is our plan and we hope you will join with us.

As you know, at One Wisconsin Now, we are fighting every day for our shared progressive values, ideas and policies. With your help, we have built a non-stop communications factory, not only being among the state’s strongest progressive voices in the media, but also fighting back against those who threaten our state and our allies.

We want to fight back with a weekly campaign. We want your help in finding a critical action everyone can take on a weekly basis to build upon the protests, marches and dedicated progressive across Wisconsin and across the country who are standing up against this tyranny we face.

This is #YourOWNRebellion. Here’s how it will work.

With your help and working with our partners in every corner of the state, we will offer up a way in which you can fight back that week. It may be writing a letter to the editor, or attending a local hearing going on in your community, sharing information on social media, calling a specific and targeted elected official, to name just a handful of these parts of the rebellion we can do to start today in taking back our state and our nation.

We will be soliciting your advice and counsel, but we need to know if you are ready to join us.

We need you to affirmatively agree to receive this information from us, by clicking here and agreeing to be a part of #YourOWNRebellion.

We want results and we won’t waste your time.

Are you in?

It’s up to all of us.

Above all we must have hope. Together.