Pre-Inauguration Discussion for State Employees. What does the future hold with a new administration?
- Saturday, January 5, 2019.
- Anderson United Way Building
- 10:00 am – Noon
- Free parking onsite & across the street
- On busline
In a decision that surprised no one, the U.S. Supreme Court on June 27 ruled against working people and in favor of billionaires and corporate interests in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, holding that requiring fair-share fees in public sector workplaces violates the First Amendment of the Constitution.
WGF President Terry Daulton
Wisconsin's Green Fire (WGF) was established in 2017 in response to recent events at the state and national level that threaten to undermine the use of science in the development of natural resource and environmental policy. WGF membership seeks to restore Wisconsin's reputation as a national leader in conservation, protection of the environment and dedicated stewardship of land, waters and wildlife.
WGF is a non-partisan and independent proponent of the need to apply science-based principles to the review and consideration of natural resource and environmental policy. WGF's members include retired and senior natural resource professionals, communicators and educators who together share more than 25 centuries of professional experience. WGF's primary tools include technical review of proposed legislation and development of issue papers, presentations and other outreach tools discussing potential positive and negative consequences of these proposals to public health, natural resources, and the environment.