Did a sleazy budget deal between a desperate Gov. Scott Walker and three holdout Republican State Senators break the law?
Nass apparently believes that his manhood is undermined by college students gathering to have frank discussions about issues of gender roles and stereotypes. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The party whose president-elect talked about women the way Trump did also has a problem with a course that does not match their outdated view of gender roles. [Associated Press]
Rep. Jesse Kremer says his bill to place gender restrictions on school bathrooms will increase safety, dignity
Republicans like Jesse Kremer and Steve Nass now they want in our teenagers' bathrooms. It's disgraceful, it's deceitful and it's beyond big government. [Capital Times]
Nass is serving up a heaping plate of 'shut up' to workers who might be concerned about being subjected to improper political pressure to keep their jobs. [Capital Times]
Sen. Steve Nass plans to recess a committee on the GOP effort to gut civil service anti-corruption protections for a two hour plus break over the lunch hour.
In an interview late last week with a right-wing radio show host, Sen. Steve Nass declared he’s just “doing my job” by pushing legislation to cut Wisconsin worker pay.
The last thing Wisconsin workers and their families need right now is a pay cut. But that's just what career politician Steve Nass, who's been paid over $1 million in salary by taxpayers, wants to do.
Nass Ignored ‘Unseemly, Unethical and Possibly Illegal’ UW Intern Solicitation from Republican Party of Wisconsin
MADISON, Wis. — One Wisconsin Now said a laughable attack by Rep. Steve Nass (R-Whitewater) against the University of Wisconsin and Supreme Court Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson may constitute an illegal use of taxpayer funds given Nass failed to attack his own Republican Party of Wisconsin for doing the exact same thing just last August. […]