Right to work, in Wisconsin or not?

Right to work, in Wisconsin or not?


MOTHERS OF Felons had chance to talk Governor Scott Walker.
In a brief conversation with the Governor Walker. A question was asked “If your vision is to move Wisconsin Forward what about the felons getting Pardons. Since “According to census data compiled by the Employment and Training Institute at the UW-Milwaukee in April, 12.8 percent of the state's African American men are behind bars — twice the national average and well ahead of second-place Oklahoma, where 10 percent of black men are incarcerated.”Read more: http://host.madison.com/news/local/writers/steven_elbow/bbc-looks-at-wisconsin-s-highest-in-nation-incarceration-rate/article_b1af2c4a-eb50-5ef8-afd3-51eb3c12af82.html#ixzz2s1FqDCpd

Last week also, in the President’s state of the Union address. The president put in place the Opportunity Act. That would help the unemployed to find work and train and the underemployed to get a pay raise that are working for federal contractors. So like the president, that is working to get Americans working again. The Governor Walker wants to move Wisconsin Forward, is his motto.

Yet, in this great state of Wisconsin, the Governor is not doing any pardons. Thus, locking out a population that cannot get food stamps, federal aid to return to school, nor public housing and often time denied jobs because of records. My grandmother had a saying “if a man do not work he will steal.”


Let’s assist Governor Walker in taking another look at not doing Pardon. Buy calling his constituent line at (608) 266-1212 or writing his office http://walker.wi.gov/content/contact-us to tell him we want all that is able to work, work. 

Register your voice on this matter. So Wisconsin can move forward as one, instead of some.

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