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Bills Jeopardize Rights
What Others Are Saying
• How You Can Get Involved

 

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Action Alert: Don't Get Fooled Again
Special Session Launches New Attacks on Consumer Rights

They’re back ... in Special Session! As Wisconsin’s unemployment rate inches up, Governor Walker has called another Special Session on job creation. Unfortunately, three bills in particular – masquerading as job initiatives – will further strip Wisconsin residents of their legal rights. 

Learn more about the legislation here and let your representative know that you aren’t falling for another wolf in sheep’s clothing that is really a favor to big business and insurance companies paid for by Wisconsin consumers!

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Dangerous drugs protected by bill hiding in Special Session agenda.

Key Anti-Consumer Legislation
Drug Makers Get Off

The most outrageous, anti-consumer bill (SS-13) takes away the right of an injured person to sue for their injuries if the FDA had previously approved the drug or medical device. Read more...

You Pay, Banks, Others Don’t

This bill (SS-14) drastically cuts the 12 percent interest rate that consumers get on a civil court judgment against an insurer or other wrongdoer if they don't pay, while banks, credit card companies and landlords still get the full amount of interest if consumers don't pay. Read more...

Legal Options Limited

This bill (SS-12) limits fees for attorneys who handle employment discrimination, landlord/tenant, lemon law and other consumer-based lawsuits, effectively gutting Wisconsin’s consumer protection laws. Read more...

What You Can Do to Make a Difference

Locate Your Legislator, Ask Them to Vote No
Hearings on these bills started last week. Legislators are voting on these measures now! Take five minutes, call (800) 362-9472 (or send them an e-mail), and ask them to vote no. You can locate your legislator here. Find sample letters here.

Tell Your Story at a Legislative Hearing
Legislators and the news media want to hear from people who know first hand what these proposals will mean to the citizens of Wisconsin. Contact us immediately if you are willing to share your thoughts with the public and with legislators: (608) 257-5741 or Email.

Enlist Family, Friends and Neighbors to Place Calls
We MUST ACT FAST as the Senate and Assembly meet now to take votes on the bills. Urge your friends, family and others to make special calls to your legislative reps and let them know how harmful this bill is to Wisconsin citizens.. Share on your Facebook page as well (see page 2).

 

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