Defend Wisconsin News Round Up

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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Thursday Protest News Round Up

September 28th, SSWIDTMS Goes To #OccupyWallStreet

Investing in education is the path to prosperity | Defend Wisconsin

Proving Scott Walker is Not Telling the Truth in Less Than Ten Seconds

Teamster Nation: Whoa! MI lawmakers want to jail teachers for emails about unions

Madison police inform the public directly, and often amusingly, with online incident reports - Isthm

A Massive Union Just Voted To Side With The Wall Street Protesters

Breaking:GAB Rules “No Criminal Misconduct” against Kathy Nickolaus

Occupy Appleton

News :: Walker Administration Thwarts Federal Health Care Reform :: The Shepherd Express: Milwaukees

Rep. Barca: Democratic weekly radio address:

Sen. Fitzgerald: Announces Senate Committee on Mining Jobs

Naomi Wolf: When Protest is Effective and When it is Not

Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen Announces Wisconsin Joining 25 States to Petition the U.S. Supreme.

MPS Teachers Choose Private Schools More Often than General Public : SchoolChoiceWI

After Claiming He "Never" Made Negative Comments About Teachers, Walker Scrubs His Website of Negati

Sly In The Morning: Arthur Kohl Riggs: Live From Wall Street Occupation

Sly In The Morning: John Nichols: Chris Christie, Leah Vukmir, Walker's Poker Face

The Middle Road to Nowhere

Dr. Cornel West On How Awesome Wisconsin Is #OccupyWallStreet

WisPolitics: Walker calls another jobs special session

Walker to attend a Wisconsin alumni event, reports say | Defend Wisconsin

Game On: Wisconsin Gearing Up Recall of Governor Scott Walker


Wisconsin Student Newspaper: ‘Can Students Vote?’ With Voter ID Law - Campus Progress

Whitewater OKs concealed carry rule -- GazetteXtra

Campus Connection: Tech college head asks elections panel to rethink voter ID ruling

Early August Unemployment Numbers show slight increase in Wisconsin; Decrease in National

Weekly Larson Report: Special Session Needed Because of Misplaced Priorities

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