MacIver News Service | Jan. 17, 2018
By M.D. Kittle
MADISON —Let’s see how far all the talk of bipartisanship and finding common ground goes.
Gov. Tony Evers has said he’s willing to work across the aisle to find solutions to Wisconsin’s problems. State Sen. Dave Craig (R-Big Bend) is reaching back with an idea whose time is long overdue. He wants the new Democrat governor to champion free-market values and lead the campaign to repeal Wisconsin’s competition-killing, price-inflating minimum markup law.
Craig joined MacIver News Service last week on the Vicki McKenna Show, on NewsTalk 1130 WISN. He is our guest on this edition of MacIver Newsmakers.
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