The state-makers of the Republican in Wisconsin agreed to spend a resolution entering the significant figures of American Americans during Black History only after they stopped the deal until their colleagues agreed demolishing black name Colin Kaepernick.
United States (R) Jim Steineke, the leader of the majority of the Wisconsin State Assembly, said that his Republicans did not support the secret that Kaepernick's name was "clear reasons", mainly his protests during the Today's national, reported USA Today Wednesday.  The Democratic State Republic, LaKeshia Myers, who serves Kaepernick hometown, Milwaukee, said that the former 49-san San Francisco 49ers decided on a problem he saw, who had a police brutality, "according the paper.
"Whether you like the method of using it, it is understood to be part of the American DNA ̵
Democrats David Crowley, who serves Milwaukee and secretly, represents the Republicans refused to sign it for a secret including the name of Kaepernick " slap against ".
It's a" sample textbook of white "He continued.
" Many of the people who still do not agree in the history books that will show your children and grandchildren, "said Crowley recently at Speaking from the Assembly floor.  Crowley said some of the reasons why Kaepernick included because he gave $ 25,000 for the Underground Urban Underground organization in Milwaukee that helps teenagers
State Statements Robin Vos (R), Assembly Speaker State of Wisconsin, said that the Republicans wanted the secret to exclude controversial figures so that the full Legislation could support it.
"I think it is important to acknowledge the contributions of thousands and literally from the people of Africa to the history of our state but also want to get people who bring together again," Tell us the newspaper.
"You did not look at people who attract some kind of kind of both sides," said Vos.
Kaepernick was the first NFL player to protest racial imbalance and take a ghost through the national adventure before the NFL games in 2016.
Trump and its basis were often aimed at protesting do today.
He became a free agent when the 2016-17 season ended and did not sign up an NFL license.
In 2017, he made a complaint against NFL owners and claimed they were worried to keep it out of the series.