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New Bill Would Fix a Major Problem for High-Skilled Immigrants

Senator Ron Johnson, Chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, introduced a bill this month that would resolve a major concern for high-skilled temporary workers in the United States. It would allow them to change jobs, get promotions, or start businesses while waiting in line for permanent residency. Show More Summary

In the Mag, On the Web: The Winners of 1984

The 1984 AMA Supercross Championship featured some of the greatest racers of all time. David Bailey, Johnny O’Mara, Rick Johnson, Ron Lechien, and Bob Hannah tell us all about it.

Sen. Ron Johnson Explains: Trump Meant Comey Recorded Their Conversations

By now, the gentle reader is assuredly aware of the threat that Trump issued to former FBI director, James Comey, via Twitter: James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press! — Donald J. Show More Summary

Good Sense on Immigration Among Republicans Is Not Dead: New at Reason

last weekNews : Reason

Finally, Republicans have come up with a decent plan to fix immigration, notes Reason Foundation Senior Analyst Shikha Dalmia. Or at least some of them have. Wisconsin's Sen. Ron Johnson introduced a bill in the Senate Judiciary Committee to give states more authority in recruiting foreign workers and Colorado's Rep. Show More Summary

State-Sponsored Visa Criticisms Aren't Grounded in Facts

At a Cato event last week, Sen. Ron Johnson announced that he would be introducing new legislation that day to allow states to sponsor foreigners to live and work in their states. The innovative idea has produced a huge amount of interest and responses. Show More Summary

State-Sponsored Visas Are Constitutional

Last week, Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) introduced the State Sponsored Visa Pilot Program Act of 2017. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is an official co-sponsor. If enacted, this bill would create a flexible state-sponsored visa system forShow More Summary

Johnson calls possible Trump recording 'troubling'

Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson says it "would be troubling" if President Donald Trump recorded conversations with former FBI Director James Comey. Trump tweeted Friday that Comey "better hope that … Click to Continue »

Johnson doesn't know when Senate will vote on health bill

Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson says the Senate version of the health care bill will include protections for people with pre-existing conditions. Johnson spoke to reporters Saturday at the Wisconsin … Click to Continue »

Wisconsin Republicans gather for annual convention

The Wisconsin Republican Party convention is underway with U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson praising the victory of President Donald Trump in the state. That's a stark contrast to last year's convention … Click to Continue »

Establishment Republicans and the Serfdom Solution

Senator Ron Johnson has proposed a bill for “state-based” guest workers: People would be brought into America not as prospective citizens but as temporary workers who are bound to the land. Who knew that the solution to America’s persistent...Show More Summary

Members of Congress Announce New State-Based Visa Bills at Cato Event

At a Cato Institute Capitol Hill Briefing today, Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO) announced their intention to introduce new immigration legislation that would allow states to sponsor workers, entrepreneurs, and investors. Show More Summary

Survey: Dodgers pass Lakers as L.A.'s favorite team

Magic Johnson arrived in Los Angeles as a wide-eyed teenager in 1979, when Dusty Baker, Ron Cey and Steve Garvey starred for the team that had captured the affection of the city. “I've seen how the Dodgers can be as big as the Lakers,” Johnson said when he announced his pursuit of an ownership...

Potato stunt half-baked when spuds go missing

last monthNews : USAToday: News

Cards Against Humanity stunt fried after thousands of potatoes for Sen. Ron Johnson go missing.        

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Monday for the Opening of Delta Defense’s New West Bend Headquarters

U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, West Bend Mayor Kraig Sadownikow & Other Dignitaries In Attendance West Bend, WI – U.S. Senator Ron Johnson and West Bend Mayor Sadownikow will be among the dignitaries in attendance on Monday, April 10th as...Show More Summary

Sen. Ron Johnson is skeptical that House GOP health care bill can pass in 2017

2 months agoNews : USAToday: News

Johnson’s qualms about plan championed by Paul Ryan underscore challenges GOP faces in getting a health care measure to Trump’s desk.        

Johnson among GOP lukewarm on health care overhaul

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson says the Republican health care proposal back by President Donald Trump doesn't do enough to curtail eligibility for Medicaid or to reduce health care premiums. Johnson … Click to Continue »

Wisconsin's Senator Ron Johnson blames Net Neutrality for porn and bad health care

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

As the Republican Congress and Donald Trump's FCC move to dismantle the most basic protections for American internet users, no target is juicier than Net Neutrality, the simple idea that your ISP should send you the bits you ask for, rather than accepting bribes from big companies to slow down your net connection when you try to connect to their competitors. (more…)

Senator Has a Terrible Analogy About the Internet and Bridges He'd Like You to Hear

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

When it comes to the internet, Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) is, it appears, dumb. Real dumb. Read more...

BREAKING: Politicians still have no idea what net neutrality is or how it works

Net neutrality is a complicated and nuanced topic, full of vitriol and misunderstanding from nearly everyone who touches it. The Houses of Congress have brought us some bad takes on net neutrality before, but Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI)...Show More Summary

Milwaukee man gets 'cease and desist' letter from US senator

A Milwaukee man who acknowledges aggressively contacting U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson's office — including calling 83 times in one day — has received a "cease and desist" warning. Earl Good … Click to Continue »

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