Tell state legislators: Don't go backwards on civil rights!

Act 250, which became Wisconsin law last year, is landmark civil rights legislation.  It establishes a complaint process for residents of school districts with race-based "Indian" logos.

State Senators Mary Lazich and Neal Kedzie, and State Representatives Andre Jacque and Steve Nass are now reportedly seeking co-sponsors for a bill that would repeal this important law.

Supporters of Act 250 are asking Wisconsinites to call their state representatives and urge them not to co-sponsor this repeal bill (LRB 0456).  You can find who your state legislators are and how to contact them online, here.