Update on Dane County, Wisconsin, Resolution 35
The Health and Human Needs Committee of the Dane County Board of Supervisors will take up our resolution on Tuesday, June 29th.
The meeting will be held in the City County Building at 215 Martin Luther King Drive, in Madison. The meeting time has not been published yet, but will probably be between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Members of the public can each speak for three minutes.
Please make every effort to attend this meeting, show your support for the resolution, and speak in favor of it. This is a critically important meeting.
If passed, this landmark resolution will focus public attention and discussion on the experiments here in the Monkey Experimentation Capital of the World.
If you cannot attend the meeting, consider making a polite phone call or sending a very polite email to the committee members. Thank the cosponsors and ask the others to support the resolution.
The county supervisors who are co-sponsoring the resolution deserve much praise for their integrity and moral courage.
Members of the Health and Human Needs Committee
Shelia Stubbs, chair (co-sponsor)
Jeremy Levin, vice-chair (opposed, says the research and benefits are
Barbara Vedder (co-sponsor)
Denise Duranczyk (sympathetic)
Mike Willett (strongly opposed on grounds of jurisdiction)
Ronn Ferrell (seems sympathetic, but did not sign on)
Melissa Sargent (co-sponsor)
Thanks in advance.
The resolution to create a Citizens' Advisory Panel was introduced and
cosponsored by thirteen Dane County Board of Supervisors. Dane County
Resolution 35, as it is now known, was referred to the Executive
Committee (yet to be scheduled) and the Health and Human Needs
Committee for deliberation. You can read the draft resolution here: