State Senator Mary Lazich (R-New Berlin) represents parts of four counties: Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, and Walworth. Her Senate District 28 includes New Berlin, Franklin, Greendale, Hales Corners, Muskego, Waterford, Big Bend, the town of Vernon and parts of Greenfield, East Troy, and Mukwonago. Senator Lazich has been in the Legislature for more than a decade. She considers herself a tireless crusader for lower taxes, reduced spending and smaller government.
Governor Doyle’s Global Warming Task Force has completed work and issued a final report. After 16 months, the Task Force has submitted dozens of recommendations for mandates and regulations. Unfortunately, the mandates and regulations are likely to have high costs and are not likely to result in any change to our weather or climate and will only hurt Wisconsin residents and the state’s economy.
Here are highlights from the Task Force’s final report from the Department of Natural Resources website.
State Representative Jim Ott (R-Mequon), a former WTMJ-TV meteorologist has studied this issue extensively and has an outstanding news release critical of the Task Force’s recommendations. You can read Representative Ott’s release here.
Located at the corner of Central Avenue and Second Street, the New Berlin Lions Club Corn Roast Stand sells well over 100-thousand ears of corn each year, and goes through a ton of butter and over 25 pounds of salt.
Money raised from the sales of corn goes to dozens of charities.
Here is a pictorial history of our stand.
Please stop by the stand, buy an ear of corn, and say hello!
With only a few exceptions, most state parks and trails are open in Wisconsin. High water levels on southern lakes and rivers are dropping while water levels in the north are low. Fishing conditions are normal.
Fawns are active so the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) says be alert of fawns following does along roadways. White-tailed bucks are showing antler development. . Black bear sows with as many as three cubs in tow have been seen as well as red fox kits.
Here are full details from the latest DNR Outdoor Report.
If information is power, then pregnant women should see an ultrasound before they ultimately decide on having an abortion.
Under Wisconsin law, “at least 24 hours before the abortion is to be performed or induced, the physician who is to perform or induce the abortion or any other qualified physician” is required to, in person, inform the woman “that fetal ultrasound imaging and auscultation of fetal heart tone services are available that enable a pregnant woman to view the image or hear the heartbeat of her unborn child. In so informing the woman and describing these services, the physician shall advise the woman as to how she may obtain these services if she desires to do so.”
Wisconsin statute 253.10(3)(c)1(g)
Wisconsin is one of 15 states to require medical officials to give pregnant women the option of seeing an ultrasound before an abortion.
This year, Oklahoma became the first state in the nation making it mandatory that a woman see an ultrasound at least one hour before an abortion is scheduled.
State legislatures around the country took up 30 ultrasound-related bills in 17 states. Similar legislation is expected to be reviewed next year.
The author of Oklahoma’s new ultrasound law, state Senator Todd Lamb (R), told Stateline.org the purpose of the law is to “ensure 100 percent informed consent. We’re short-changing these moms if they’re not receiving an ultrasound so they can see how their child is being formed.”
Here’s the story from stateline.org.