CCRV Gets Assembly Republican Support
No doubt assisting in his change of heart was the altered position of the Wisconsin Catholic Conference, representing the state's Roman Catholic bishops. It had opposed prior versions of the legislation but is now remaining neutral, saying that its primary concern had been addressed by this biennium's version of the bill, which would allow for pregnancy testing prior to administering emergency contraception.
Wisconsin Right to Life is also remaining neutral, but Pro-Life Wisconsin continues its opposition.
Musser and Rep. Mark Pocan (D - Madison) both stated that this is a non-partisan issue.