Skip to comments.Rep. Petri (R-WI) Voted Twice in Favor of “Obama’s War on Coal”
Posted on 04/09/2014 9:16:30 AM PDT by george76
The Wisconsin congressional district represented by Rep. Tom Petri (R) stands to lose nearly 2,000 jobs because of the Obama Administrations War on Coal, but Petri has twice voted to let some of those more controversial and burdensome regulations stand.
A nationwide analysis by the Heritage Foundation concludes that Wisconsin will lose an estimated 11,702 jobs thanks to Obama environmental regulations. The sixth district alone will lose more jobs than any other congressional district in the country the study concludes.
Petri was the only Republican from Wisconsin to vote against suspending the rule. Voting with Petri was the states entire Democrat congressional delegation.
Petris voting record and how it differs from his rhetoric will likely become more important in the weeks to come, as Petri faces a primary challenge from state Sen. Glen Grothman. Already, some of Petris support appears to be evaporating with Gov. Scott Walker announcing last week he will not endorse the aging Congressman.
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It’s RINO season!
No bag limit...
It must be the cold up in Wisconsin and Minnysoter. There’s lots of good folks and lots of nutty politics.
He won't last past the primary, if there even needs to be one.
He belongs in a dish.
Ok I laughed
and btw did you go to the game? No shame there
Nah, I couldn’t justify paying that much for a ticket in the nosebleed section.