Defend Wisconsin News Round Up

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Wednesday Protest News Round Up

Senate leaders battle over appointments to mining committee - JSOnline

Protesting Scott Walker's breakfast with Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce

Badgers Fight Back

GOP lawmakers likely to give Walker more power in recall process - JSOnline

Walker's letter to state employees

Why Tammy Baldwin Will Win

Democrat, advocates push for public financing


Walker may call special jobs session - JSOnline

Eye on Wisconsin: Scott Walker's "High Ethical Standards"

Three-judge panel to hear redistricting case - JSOnline

Transit needed for jobs - JSOnline

Lawmakers find extra money for private schools as public schools see cuts | Appleton Post Crescent |

Thanks and respect to Sen. Erpenbach for standing up for workers!

Daily Kos: Gov. Walker's dismantling of Wisconsin's Public Education System

Recall Walker Video

Legislative committee eyes changes to election rules

Legislative Detail: WI House Bill 219 - 2011-2012 Regular Session | eLobbyist

Probe rattles Wisconsin politics - Tim Mak

Governor to make 'important legislative announcement' in Sun Prairie on September 28 - Sun Prairie S

Postal service workers and community members rally to save agency | Defend Wisconsin

Walker Budget Works for More Local Governments, Saving Taxpayers More Money | Scott Walker for Wisco


Robin Vos Owes 1,529,560 People & Their Families an Apology! | Blogging Blue - Blogging Liberally in

Nebraska Gov. to watch football game with Walker

WEAC‎"Five Wisconsin school districts will share $30 million, as part of a settlement of federal charges over their purchase of risky investments."SEC rules for schools

Bold move: Kelda Helen Roys risks Assembly seat for shot at Congress

Sly In The Morning: Democrats For Mark Neumann

Democurmudgeon: Walker Embarrassed by Brian Williams and Sun Prairie's Heather Dubois Bournene

Sly In The Morning: What will Scott Walker be buried with?

Wisconsin committee adjourns without taking action on student voter ID policy | The Republic

Ryan: Republicans Should Double Down On My Budget

Walker's Latest $1.5 Billion Promise: End Corporate Income Tax

Sly In The Morning: State Representative Andy Jorgensen: Campaign Fund Crooks

Karen Dahl: New law means this man can’t vote

Sly In The Morning: Oshkosh Truck Strike

Sly In The Morning: John Nichols: Walker's Bagmen

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