Where does Wisconsin’s congressional delegation stand on Trump’s tariffs?


President Trump’s decision to announce tariffs on steel and aluminum imports has drawn warnings of a trade war by Republican critics, including by Gov. Scott Walker, who has asked Trump to reconsider. The Cap Times runs through all 10 of the state’s U.S. Senators and Representatives on where they stand regarding the tariffs.

Rep. Gwen Moore calls for investigation of Milwaukee Health Department after lead snafu

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U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore is urging the Centers for Disease Control to investigate the Milwaukee Health Department after the recent lead exposure notification concern. “I am concerned about my constituents, especially the children who may not have received appropriate care,” Moore said. > NBC 4 Milwaukee

Wisconsin U.S. legislators react to Trump’s ‘shithole’ remark

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U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said President Trump should apologize for his comment, Speaker Paul Ryan called the remark “unhelpful”, U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy said he couldn’t defend the President’s words (watch him on YouTube), and Wisconsin Dems Baldwin, Pocan, Moore and Kind publicly condemned the comment.

Where each member of Wisconsin’s Congressional delegation stands on net neutrality



The Cap Times runs through the net neutrality position of Wisconsin’s two U.S. Senators and all eight of its House Representatives.

Rep. Gwen Moore asks what steps will be taken to protect teenage pages from Roy Moore if he’s elected

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In a letter to the Senate Sergeant at Arms, Rep. Gwen Moore warned that if elected to the Senate, Roy Moore could pose danger to the high school students who participate in the Senate page program. She asked what preventative steps would be taken to protect pages from predatory conduct of Senators and Senate staff.” > Talking Points Memo

Schimel says he doesn’t know whether to believe Roy Moore accusers


Attorney General Brad Schimel has broken with other top Republicans from Wisconsin when it comes to Roy Moore. Gov. Walker and House Speaker Paul Ryan have said they believe Moore’s accusers and want him to drop out of the Senate race, but Schimel says he doesn’t know enough about the allegations to say whether they’re true. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Walker comments on Flynn charges, mum on sexual allegations against Franken, Trump


Gov. Scott Walker said Friday former national security adviser Michael Flynn should be held accountable for lying to the FBI. Meanwhile, he won’t comment on allegations of sexual misconduct lodged against President Trump or U.S. Sen. Al Franken, even though he’s said that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore should step aside. > Wisconsin Public Radio