History to Paul Ryan: ‘You’re wrong’

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It’s hard to imagine history will treat Paul Ryan or this Congress well for a tax bill that at best gave a temporary sugar high to the economy, did not result in massive wage increases as advertised, did not simplify the code, worsened wealth inequality and squeezed revenue as we continued to spend with abandon. > Washington Post Opinion

Pence talks tax reform, bashes Tammy Baldwin during Milwaukee visit

Vice President Mike Pence praised federal tax cuts and offered put-downs of Wisconsin Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, during a speech in Milwaukee Wednesday afternoon. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Dems protest Pence’s Milwaukee visit

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When VP Mike Pence was in Milwaukee Wednesday, Democrats gathered outside ahead of his visit to give what they called “the other side of the story.” While the LGBTQ community issued a statement saying Pence and Gov. Scott Walker have anti-gay policies, others criticized tax reform. > FOX 6 Milwaukee

Pence to attend three events in Wisconsin Wednesday

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Vice President Mike Pence will attend three events in Wisconsin during a visit Wednesday, April 25, one of which will also include U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman and a top Foxconn executive. He’ll wrap up his visit with an evening fundraiser for Gov. Scott Walker. > FOX 6 Milwaukee

Ryan makes first Wisconsin speech after retirement announcement

In his first Wisconsin appearance since announcing he will not seek re-election this fall, House Speaker Paul Ryan addressed members of the state’s largest business lobby Friday in Madison. Ryan listed the Republican tax overhaul and boosting military funding as two of his proudest accomplishments while in office. > Cap Times

Duffy tortures logic at town mall meeting

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In defending President Trump and the recent tax overhaul during a town hall meeting in Hayward, Congressman Sean Duffy claimed that millionaires would probably say they had not gained much from the new tax reform law, but that they still supported it since it enhanced the economy and helped middle-income Americans. > Cap Times