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Stop DNA on Arrest, Decrease Taxes, Decrease Borrowing

DNA on Arrest passed in the Joint Finance Committee, but this fight is just getting started. Legislators are standing up. Because of pressure from supporters like you, eleven legislators have stood up and said NO to DNA on Arrest; and they will not vote for a budget including it. But the Finance Committee plans to […]


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Stop DNA on Arrest in Wisconsin

Thank you so much for all of the calls you put in to your legislators demanding that DNA on Arrest be removed from the budget bill. The great news is we now have a Joint Finance Committee hearing on this issues on Thursday. As you know Governor Walkers invasive proposal backed by assembly leader Robin Vos will mandate that […]


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PRESS RELEASE: DNA on Arrest

WISCONSIN CAMPAIGN FOR LIBERTY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 9, 2013 GOVERNOR WALKER’S PROPOSAL SHREDS 4TH AMENDMENT Assembly Speaker Vos Also Supports Seizure of DNA Governor Walker and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos have proposed the idea of treating persons not convicted of anything the same as criminals.  That two conservative leaders in power in Wisconsin would support a […]


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Hand Over Your Blood – DNA on Arrest

In the United States we are unique because we are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. You have a right to a trial before you should be treated like a criminal. Unfortunately, it seems that some big government types want you and me to be guilty until proven innocent. I am talking about Governor […]


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2013 State Superintendent Candidate Survey

Wisconsin Campaign for Liberty sent the below questions to both 2013 State Superintendent candidates, below are their responses. Do you oppose the centralization of school curriculum through Common Core Standards? Do you agree that local school boards should have more power and control over their schools than the State Superintendent? Going forward would you oppose […]


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