Wisconsinites will speak directly with lawmakers about the need for good jobs in our local communities
(MILWAUKEE, WI) – The first of several jobs hearings will take place at the Washington Park Senior Center in Milwaukee on Monday, October 17 at 7:00 pm. The jobs hearings will give citizens a chance to speak directly with their legislators about the need for quality, family-sustaining jobs in the area.
The jobs crisis is the number one threat to our economy and a concern of many Wisconsinites. Although Gov. Walker promised to create 250,000 new jobs for Wisconsin, it is clear that continuous tax breaks for the super-rich have not helped the people of Wisconsin. The lack of family-supporting jobs is the priority issue that must be addressed immediately by policymakers.
Additional Jobs Hearing will be held in La Crosse, Oshkosh and Racine on October 24.
WHO: State lawmakers representing the Milwaukee area, workers and community members.
WHAT: Jobs Hearing and Listening Session
WHEN: Monday, October 17
WHERE: Washington Park Senior Center, 4420 W. Vilet Street
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