We had an incredible Friday when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Our fight in the pro-life movement isn’t over yet, though. In early May, I wrote a column about how being pro-life is being pro-baby and pro-woman. Our state needs to keep promoting a culture of life and success for families, and that means supporting moms and babies!
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs will save countless lives. Now the abortion debate goes back to states like Wisconsin, where it always belonged. As a state, we must hold firm for the voiceless and protect babies’ right to life — and that means enforcing the laws we have on the books. While Tony Evers already promised to appoint district attorneys who won’t enforce the law and agreed to offer clemency to anyone who is convicted of breaking the law, I remain committed to my 100% pro-life stance.
Tony Evers is playing election-year politics with his executive order to ban gasoline price gouging, and I won’t let anyone forget that he tried to raise our gas tax. In fact, our gax tax would be nearly 40% higher right now if Tony Evers had it his way. His disingenuous executive order is nothing but an election-year stunt.
Wisconsin families are hurting in this horrible economy. Gas and grocery prices are out of control. I’ll always fight for your family’s budget.
This week marked the 50th anniversary of Title IX. We have come so far in promoting opportunities for women, but we are in the middle of a new assault — one on biological facts by liberal activists. Biological females shouldn’t be forced to compete against biological males in sports. I’m not sure why this is so difficult. Men and women are genetically built differently. We need to stand up for our daughters who participate in athletics and protect fair playing fields. As governor, I’ll fight for women.