Mum's the word on climate change in Wisconsin

The Climate Change language police have struck again. Last month state employees in Florida alleged that Gov. Rick Scott had instituted a ban on using terms like "climate change" and “global warming."

Now climate censorship has spread to Wisconsin. Last week, the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands (BCPL), a three-member panel overseeing public land sales that benefit schools and communities in Wisconsin, voted to ban staff from talking about climate change. The panel voted 2-1 to block public employees "from engaging in global warming or climate change work while on BCPL time."

Sign here to tell Wisconsin Governor and Presidential hopeful Scott Walker that this is unacceptable, and demand that he act swiftly to reverse the board's decision.

This petition has a goal of 20000 signatures
2701-2725 of 15032 signatures
Number Date Name Your comment to Scott Walker
12332 3.6 years ago Joelle Porter Reverse the climate censorship!
12331 3.6 years ago Michael C. Ford and Richard B. Marks
12330 3.6 years ago Cherie Warner
12329 3.6 years ago v L.
12328 3.6 years ago Richard Mell
12327 3.6 years ago Re Robin
12326 3.6 years ago James Snively You have as much right to govern as Dubya Bush and Dickwad Cheney--i.e., none.
12325 3.6 years ago Corey Prost
12324 3.6 years ago Selina Webb What happened to free speech?
12323 3.6 years ago Susi Hulbert
12322 3.6 years ago Nancy Ogden Guard our future.
12321 3.6 years ago Christina Viljoen Stop climate censorship
12320 3.6 years ago Laurel Facey What do you think can be done about the awful weather this year?
12319 3.6 years ago Carol Preston
12318 3.6 years ago Leah Hokanson
12317 3.6 years ago Mark Spevak
12316 3.6 years ago Debra Moser
12315 3.6 years ago Nick Barulich
12314 3.6 years ago Zak Mettger
12313 3.6 years ago Mary Hart
12312 3.6 years ago Carl Gutman
12311 3.6 years ago Judith Bayer
12310 3.6 years ago Shea Harvey
12309 3.6 years ago Susi Hulbert
12308 3.6 years ago Jeff Koppel
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