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Wisconsin lawmakers circulate legislation denouncing Islamophobia and hate

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MILWAUKEE — There was a big crowd Tuesday morning, January 31st at City Hall in Milwaukee as Senator Chris Larson, D-Milwaukee and Rep. Jonathan Brostoff began circulating legislation denouncing Islamophobia and hate in Wisconsin.

A petition was also launched in support of the resolution.

Senator Chris Larson

Senator Chris Larson

This, on the heels of President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. Signed Friday, January 27th it bars citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for the next 90 days, suspends the admission of all refugees for 120 days and indefinitely suspends the Syrian refugee program.


Senator Larson and Rep. Brostoff said the move was in response to a growing number of hate crimes and hateful rhetoric used by political figures and elected officials.

Wisconsin lawmakers circulate legislation denouncing Islamophobia and hate at City Hall in Milwaukee


  • Opinion8d

    Denouncing ‘hate’?!?!? The very HATE the left spews on a daily basis against anyone that disagrees with them. Pathetic -people have had enough!

  • Huh !

    I don’t hate anyone but, I do hate the stupidity of some. A resolution against hate ….. Is this a piece of paper that says it’s naughty and don’t do it ??? We have laws against hate crimes, so what is this resolution except another way to stay in the media, just a cheap P.R. move ?

  • Luke

    I was at city hall paying my property taxes today. Saw the crowd. Probably a couple hundred. All of a sudden a guy yelled “I’m a Muslim!” Then another guy yells “I’m a Muslim!” Obviously neither were Muslims.bunch of morons

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