No Better Friend Corp. Hosts Policy Forum in Eau Claire

No Better Friend Corp. (NBFC) hosted another successful No Better Friend Policy Forum in Eau Claire last Thursday, where we continued to build momentum and grow the conservative movement across Wisconsin and in new communities. Our fantastic partners discussed the dangerous consequences of the Left’s extreme environmentalism, the power of the Electoral College and why it’s crucial that we preserve it, and the infamous Wisconsin John Doe raids and the impact they left on our legislative processes.

NBFC’s Volunteer President & CEO of No Better Friend, Kevin Nicholson, explained the importance of reaching out into new communities and showing people the real results behind conservative policies that help hardworking families succeed.

Lane Ruhland of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce presented on the potentially damaging economic consequences of Governor Evers’ recent Carbon-Free executive order. She provided attendees an inside look at the dangers associated with unilateral political edicts, as opposed to market-driven solutions involving citizen and stakeholder input.

Lucas Vebber, Deputy Counsel and Director of Regulatory Reform and Federalism at the Wisconsin Institute of Law & Liberty (WILL) presented on the Electoral College, its historic and democratic significance, and why the Left sees it as a threat to their success.

Justice Gableman did a presentation on the infamous John Doe raids of 2013 and the impact they had on the state’s judicial and legislative processes.

Finally, we were honored that Nate Nelson of head of Wisconsin for American Majority hosted a New Leaders training before the forum for those interested in learning more about getting involved locally.

It was a great event, and we look forward to hosting more around the state in the future!

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