Millennial lawmakers launch new caucus

Millennial lawmakers who are members of the new Wisconsin State Future Caucus today pitched it as a way to find bipartisan solutions on issues like technology and entrepreneurship.
Rep. Amanda Stuck, D-Appleton, said the caucus launched today will encourage millennials “to work together across the state,” while Rep. Adam Neylon, R-Pewaukee, said the organization shows “it’s not all bickering” among politicians.
The two are the co-chairs of the caucus, part of a national effort from the Millennial Action Project.
“There’s a lot of times where we work together, try to solve real problems that im...

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