Sen. Frank Lasee "Legislative Update"
Tuesday, Dec 3, 2013 - Noon to 1:00 p.m.
Machine Shed, Appleton
Directions: (Google Maps) Exit Hwy 41 at College Ave, go west one block to Mall Drive, turn right, go one block, turn right on Fox River Dr.
On Dec 3, the Forum welcomes back State Sen. Frank Lasee for a legislative update. No stranger to controversy, Sen. Lasee has recently caused a stir with a bill creating legal recourse for damages suffered from industrial wind farms. He also was the recent recipient of a left-wing “eviction notice” stunt at the Capitol in protest of a landlord-tenant bill.
As chairman of the Senate Committee on Insurance and Housing, Sen. Lasee is well placed to comment on the insurance market turmoil created by the Obamacare rollout, as well as his new bill that prevents a future governor or state executive official from implementing an Obamacare-compliant insurance exchange in Wisconsin.
All these issues and more, including those mentioned last week, are open for discussion. Please join us. We meet at noon, order lunch, start at 12:05 p.m., and end at 1:05 p.m. Admission is free. Meal purchases and donations are encouraged.
Further Resources regarding Last Week’s Forum:
- See the following article from Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance for a summary of the progressive redistricting meme as discussed by Rep. Murphy last week (link).
- On Dec 10, the President of Macco Financial Group, John Macco, will share his advice on stewardship and fiscal responsibility in a repressive financial environment.
- On Dec 17, long-time Wisconsin conservative leader Marv Munyon will expose the drive by globalist politicians, international financiers, academicians, and “civil society” rabble-rousers for internationalism and one-world government.
- In observance of Christmas and New Year’s, the Forum will not meet on Dec 24 or Dec 31. Meetings will resume on Jan 7.
"All ye Pilgrims, with your wives and ye little ones, do gather at the Meeting House, on the hill, … there to listen to the pastor and render Thanksgiving to the Almighty God for all His blessings.”
-- Gov. William Bradford’s Thanksgiving Proclamation, 1623