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Washington D.C. (April 14, 2011) -- Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) today scored an admission from Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker that his decision to strip the rights of public workers to bargain collectively "doesn't save any" money for the Wisconsin taxpayers.

The Wisconsin Assembly passed the amended budget repair bill just before 4 pm on Thursday. The bill will strip public sector unions of most their collective bargaining power. The Senate had passed it on Wednesday. It now heads to the Governor to sign into law.



Republican War On Working Families. This ad was launched March 2, 2012 by the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) and Democracy for America -- airing in Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was created by GumSpirits Productions (Aaron Duffey and Jim Cole).

The BEAST's Ian Murphy calls Walker, posing as archconservative moneybags David Koch, and they casually discuss crushing all public unions.


Madison, WI police chief Noble Wray has asked Governor Scott Walker to explain 
his statement to a phone prankster impersonating billionaire arch-conservative David Koch, 
in which Walker stated that he'd considered using provocateurs to create problems amongst 
the demonstrators in order to discredit the public service unions and their supporters.
The chief wants to know why Walker would consider sowing public disorder for political gain:



Maddow Destroys Wisconsin's Gov Walker


Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker on Unions and Budget Cuts


Fox News is at it again! Here's a clip from tonight's O'Reilly show with reporter Mike Tobin. They are still lying and deceiving people! You've gotta see this. They spliced in a clip from some place else to make it seem as though there was a rowdy crowd in Madison Wisconsin. Look closely for the palm trees in the background ‎‎(I have yet to see a palm tree in Madison)‎‎. UNBELIEVABLE!! FOX NEWS LIES AGAIN!

The Other Story: Home Made Uprising in Madison Wisconsin

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Firefighters march, opposing budget repair plan

The scene in the Capitol right now. Incredible.


Valentines Day Protestors at Wisconsin Capitol


Wisconsin protests Gov. Walker's (R) Workers' Rights Repeal Bill

Madison, WI, Feb 15, 2011 - Thousands (3,000 inside the Capitol and 10,000 outside) of WIsconsin civil servants (ie, teachers, nurses, correctional officers, etc.) protest the non-negotiated, expedited Workers' Rights Repeal Bill.

Madison East High School's students walk out

Madison East High School's students walked out on February 15 to show their support for public sector workers, in many cases their parents, who are being targeted by the administration of Governor Scott Walker.

Unions Threatened Across US

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has started a war with public sector unions. Find out what Walker has announced to remove from nearly all public employee collective bargaining rights, and has even announced the Wisconsin National Guard is prepared to respond. So it is a necessary move or, a political war against the working class? Less Government 's Seton Motley and In These Times' Mike Elk debate.


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