Assembly Republicans Further Drive Down Wages and Send Jobs Out of State
Bill prohibiting Project Labor Agreements puts corporate special interests ahead of local businesses and workers
MADISON – Representative Lisa Subeck (D-Madison) released the following statement regarding passage of Senate Bill 3, prohibiting state and local government from considering Project Labor Agreements in contracting decisions:
“The Republican bill passed today drives down wages and pushes jobs out of Wisconsin. It is another giveaway by Wisconsin Republicans to big business and wealthy special interests at the expense of small businesses and middle class Wisconsinites.
We have a responsibility to ensure we get the best value for our taxpayer dollars, and the bill passed by Republicans today stands in the way of doing so.
At the hands of Republicans, the divide between the haves and have nots is growing, and people have to worker harder than ever just to make ends meet. As a Democrat, I remain committed to working for an economy that works for everyone, not just the wealthy and the big corporations.”
Press Releases by Lisa Subeck
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Representative Subeck Introduces Legislation to Return Authority to Local Governments to Regulate Weapons on BusesMar 16th, 2017 by Lisa Subeck
"This legislation enables those responsible for providing transit services to determine how best to ensure their employees’ and their riders’ safety."
Republicans put politics ahead of Wisconsin businesses and workers
Representative Subeck Will Reintroduce Healthy Babies, Working Mothers Act to Support Nursing Mothers in the WorkplaceMar 2nd, 2017 by Lisa Subeck
LRB-1206 would bring Wisconsin law in line with federal employment regulations regarding breastfeeding.
Representative Lisa Subeck’s Statement on Republican Proposal to Limit Public Employee Access to Women’s Health CareFeb 6th, 2017 by Lisa Subeck
"...Republicans are introducing politically motivated legislation that interferes with a women’s ability to access reproductive healthcare."
Representative Lisa Subeck’s Statement on Governor Walker’s Proposed Earned Income Tax Credit ChangesFeb 1st, 2017 by Lisa Subeck
Again, the Governor turns a blind eye to the problem of poverty level wages.