MADISON (WKOW) -- A group that lobbied for Prohibition years ago is upset that Gov. Scott Walker's brat summit is serving beer.
Women's Christian Temperance Union president Rita Wert said Tuesday that serving beer at the brat summit sets a bad example. She says alcohol should not be involved in decisions by policy makers.
Walker spokesman Cullen Werwie says the governor respectfully disagrees with the WCTU's position.
The brat summit is taking place Tuesday at the governor's mansion. The governor says he hopes the gathering is a way to begin easing the tension between Democrats and Republicans.
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