I apologize for not posting last week. I had to wait for Congress to enough to report on. This covers March 4 to March 13.
Racine, WI -- Local elected officials seeking to mitigate the impact of climate change on their communities have a new resource available. Wisconsin Conservation Voters, along with the Sierra Club and RENEW Wisconsin, have just released the “Wisconsin Clean Energy Toolkit: Developing a Clean Energy Plan for Your Community.” The workbook provides local elected officials with information and resources about ways to make their communities more sustainable.
Since I was not disastrously wrong on my Super Tuesday predictions (wrong, but not terribly), here is my attempt to predict the upcoming contests for March.
A month ago, I posted a prediction on how the primaries through Super Tuesday would go. How did I do?
After Super Tuesday, the race for the Democratic nomination is now between former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders. The two veteran politicians obviously have dramatically different policy positions and dramatically different views on how to move the party forward.
The House is back after a break for President's Day week. A very slow week, with only eight votes cast, four of them party line. Two months into 2020, and Rep. Steil has yet to cast a single vote against the interests of the Republican Party and its corporate backers.