Defend Wisconsin News Round Up

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Friday, June 10, 2011

Friday afternoon news round up

Walkerville: Fighting the Weather, Protesting Walker and Defending Democracy | Defend Wisconsin

Renter protections would be 'wiped out' by fast-tracked Republican measure, advocates warn

ACLU Calls for Department of Justice to Investigate Wisconsin’s Discriminatory School Voucher Program

"If the label says it's food, it's good enough for me."

Protect Public Schools - Senator Jon Erpenbach video

Editorial: Fallout from nuclear option spreading | The Oshkosh Northwestern |

More fraud from the Republican Party of Walker

2011-2013 Budget Analysis Resources | Defend Wisconsin

85 Unified staff members so far facing pay deductions in sick-out investigation

Chalkboard: Green Bay superintendent blasts 11th hour deal on vouchers

GOP lawmaker says police, fire unions 'bought out' colleagues - JSOnline

A hearty defense of teachers' union from... a Brooklyn principal!

Protest organizers disavow Special Olympics demonstration - JSOnline

As protesters pound on walls, Walker tells housing conferees, ‘That’s opportunity knocking’

Gov. Walker’s Wrecking Crew Takes Wisconsin Back to 19th Century - Working In These Times

Walker Greeted by Protesters at Realtors Meeting

Sam Land - blog

DeVos, Koch, Scaife, Walton, ALEC, AFC: The Corporate Royalists and Right-Wing Groups Propelling the GOP's Assault on Middle Class

WI GOP Legislator Uses Paul Ryan To Raise Money, Steps In Medicare Trap

Capitol Report: Walker privatization plan scaled way back

Statement from Jessica King on News Reports that Senator Hopper Lied to his Constituents

State emergency team monitoring protest-related communication and action 

Lawmakers To Consider Adding Changes To Concealed Carry Bill

Defeating Walker and the GOP's agenda will require patient vigilance - Isthmus | The Daily Page

Madison! - pictures

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