Sen. Taylor to host State Budget and Bucks arena listening session
The $73 billion state budget and the $500,000 Bucks Arena proposal will have a tremendous impact on the City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County.
(MADISON) – The $73 billion state budget and the $500,000 Bucks Arena proposal will have a tremendous impact on the City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County. As the only Milwaukee legislator on the entire 16-member state budget committee, Senator Lena Taylor (D-Milwaukee) will host a town hall forum with members of the public and other local elected officials to discuss the local impact of these bills.
The forum will include brief remarks from representatives from the State Legislature, Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee before opening up the dialogue to the public.
Who: Members of the public and local elected officials
What: Town Hall Meeting to discuss
the State Budget and Bucks Arena bill
Where: Greater New Birth Church
8237 West Silver Spring Drive
When: Tomorrow, Thursday, July 23 from 6-7:30pm
Mentioned in This Press Release
Recent Press Releases by State Sen. Lena Taylor - Page 2
"We must stop the abuse before it begins."
The events seek to highlight the continued disparities in the criminal justice system as well as obstacles to successful re-entry.
"This budget is based on fake math."
Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake have been under federal investigation for child abuse and neglect for two years.
"While I appreciate what he says about his reforms, the plan lacks details, but I’ll reserve judgement until I see the full proposal."
“It is fiscally irresponsible to squander state taxpayer dollars.”
"Wisconsin doesn’t need a cheerleader, we need a trailblazer to solve our state’s problems."
Sen. Taylor invites her guests to stay after the movie to talk about the impact money has on politics in America.
“Republicans got away with rigging three elections under illegal redistricting.”
Today, Senator Taylor (D-Milwaukee) released the following statement about the passing her colleague, Sen. Rick Gudex (R-Fond du Lac)