Erpenbach, Taylor bills would undo some abortion restrictions in Wisconsin

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Three bills proposed by Sen. Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton) and Rep. Chris Taylor (D-Madison) would undo a series of anti-abortion measures signed into law in Wisconsin over the last two decades. Though the legislation has virtually no chance of passing, Erpenbach said they will continue introducing it “session after session until it becomes law.” > Cap Times

Wisconsin Dems propose bill banning bump stocks

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State Reps. Chris Taylor, Lisa Subeck, Melissa Sargent and Terese Berceau, all from Madison, introduced a bill Thursday that would prohibit the possession, use and sale of bump stocks, which are currently legally available throughout the state. Subeck says it doesn’t make sense to ban automatic weapons if bump stocks are legal. > WMTV Madison

What the pro-voucher camp is saying: School choice opponents’ arguments are ‘tired and false’

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From the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty: “By repeating the false narrative about school choice, Rep. Chris Taylor seeks to propagate a system where families most in need of alternatives are stuck in failing schools. Unlike Taylor, I refuse to sacrifice the education of our children at the altar of the public school establishment.” > Cap Times

Rep. Taylor: The ABCs of ALEC (Anything But public school Children)

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Rep. Chris Taylor, a Democratic member of the Wisconsin Assembly, regularly attends the annual meeting of the right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). This is the third of three op-eds chronicling her experience at this year’s event. > Cap Times

Rep. Chris Taylor: An ALEC convention is a visit to the swampland

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Rep. Chris Taylor, a Democratic member of the Wisconsin Assembly, regularly attends the annual meeting of the right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). This is the second of three op-eds chronicling her experience at this year’s event. > Cap Times

Taylor introduces police ‘use of force’ legislation

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A state lawmaker wants changes to police use of force policies in Wisconsin. Rep. Chris Taylor’s bill was introduced this week and incorporates five principles of “best practice”. > Taylor introduces police use of force legislation

‘Our take on Foxconn’, by Reps. Taylor, Sargent and Berceau

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We are concerned about the Foxconn “deal” being rushed through the Legislature at lightning speed by top Republicans. We believe that the interests of Wisconsinites are being sacrificed to the re-election interests of Gov. Walker and the financial interests of a multinational corporation. > Cap Times