OP-ED: The Importance of Celebrating Pride Month Amid GOP Attacks on the LGBTQ+ Community

To make the Badger State a better and safer place for LGBTQ+ Wisconsinites to call home, it’s important that we hold this space and momentum not just for one month, but all year long. Part of that work is ensuring that our elected lawmakers support legislation that protects the rights and freedoms of our local LGBTQ+ communities, and holding accountable the politicians trying to do the opposite. 

A Better Wisconsin Together Calls on Fake Elector Jim Troupis to be Removed from Judicial Advisory Committee as Felony Charges are Filed Against Him

After felony forgery charges were filed today against Wisconsin fake elector Jim Troupis and others for their role in illegally trying to overturn the 2020 election results, A Better Wisconsin Together is calling on Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Annette Ziegler to immediately remove Troupis from his position as a judicial ethics advisor on the Wisconsin Judicial Conduct Advisory Committee. 

OP-ED: Misplaced Priorities Abound at State GOP Convention

This month, Republican officials from across Wisconsin gathered for a state party convention where they adopted a dangerous agenda on important issues like democracy, reproductive freedom, LGBTQ+ rights, public education, and more. 

OP-ED: It’s Time for GOP-Controlled State Legislature to Stand Up for Teachers

As Teacher Appreciation Week 2024 comes to a close, Wisconsinites have spent the past week showing gratitude for our dedicated teachers across the state, and we must continue standing up for Wisconsin teachers all year long. Part of that means holding our elected officials accountable for supporting legislation that empowers our local schools and teachers. 

As Governor Evers Vetoes Bad Faith GOP PFAS Bill, A Better Wisconsin Together Urges JFC to Accept Governor’s Call to Take Next Steps in Ensuring Clean Water, Healthcare Access

This afternoon, Governor Tony Evers vetoed a disingenuous GOP-authored bill that experts have said would let polluters off the hook for contaminating Wisconsinites’ water. The governor  is calling on the Joint Finance Committee to convene next week on a plan to release $140 million in funds to combat PFAS contamination and solve shortages in health care access across the state.