David Clark Sally is a Wisconsinite through and through, and he’s not sold on the idea that the world has suddenly become safe for him and his family. While restrictions and being lifted and public establishments are swinging open their doors, regular people like David are left to figure out what’s safe and what might put their life at risk. Now, he’s calling on the Wisconsin GOP legislators to come up with a real response plan. Take a look.

“Just like this picture, the state of Wisconsin is a bit all over the place… Businesses, individuals, and our local communities have different perspectives + plans about re-opening the economy, all the while knowing that a change in the law doesn’t change anything about Coronavirus itself.

As a Dad and the owner of a small business, I have my own concerns: What choices should we make for our kids regarding summer camps + play dates? Will this help or hurt my clientele? Do we really feel safe in a crowded bar or restaurant, just because we’re allowed to be there? The lifting of some restrictions in Madison has allowed us to have small socially-distant gatherings with friends who have also been quarantining, as well as to order from some of our favorite local spots (or even enjoy them outside!). But we are still being careful. There’s so much information out there. And we want to be mindful of not jumping too quickly back into “normal” (whatever that means!).

What about you? How are you feeling about it all? Together, we should be calling on the Republican legislature to take responsibility and come up with a state-wide response plan. I also urge you to support municipalities giving guidance and providing public safety measures for people and families. And whatever you do personally, make sure YOU feel like it’s right for YOUR family. We’re all in this together.”

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#AD | Just like this picture, the state of Wisconsin is a bit all over the place… 🌀 Businesses, individuals, and our local communities have different perspectives + plans about re-opening the economy, all the while knowing that a change in the law doesn't change anything about Coronavirus itself. — As a Dad and the owner of a small business, I have my own concerns: What choices should we make for our kids regarding summer camps + play dates? Will this help or hurt my clientele? Do we really feel safe in a crowded bar or restaurant, just because we’re allowed to be there? The lifting of some restrictions in Madison has allowed us to have small socially-distant gatherings with friends who have also been quarantining, as well as to order from some of our favorite local spots (or even enjoy them outside!). But we are still being careful. There’s so much information out there. And we want to be mindful of not jumping too quickly back into “normal” (whatever that means!). – What about you? How are you feeling about it all? Together, we should be calling on the Republican legislature to take responsibility and come up with a state-wide response plan. I also urge you to support municipalities giving guidance and providing public safety measures for people and families. And whatever you do personally, make sure YOU feel like it's right for YOUR family. We’re all in this together. ❤️ – Paid for by A Better Wisconsin Together #ABWT

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