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We, the Irrelevant

Formerly known as We, the People

Dec 16, 2019: All Data: Gun Control

On October 21, 2019, Gov. Tony Evers called for a special session of the legislature to debate to gun control bills, one to establish a so-called red flag law and the other to establish universal background checks.  Both the Assembly and Senate sessions were gaveled to adjournment with no debate held in either chamber. 

On Nov. 11, I queried the entire legislature and the Governor. I asked for all citizen correspondence related to these bills and/or the special session itself. 

I tallied NO if the writer opposed both bills and/or the special session. I tallied YES if the writer supported one or both bills and/or the special session.

Below are the results. As of today, I've received records from 115 of the 132 legislators and from the Governor. Rep. Jim Steineke (R - Kaukauna) has blocked access to public records unless I pay him $139.45. I refuse to pay.

Those who have sent records are designated with a 1 in Column H. Those for whose records I'm still waiting are highlighted in yellow.

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