Tag Archives: Scott Fitzgerald

On the Budget and “Right to Work”

I know someone who voted for Scott Walker for governor of Wisconsin three times–his first election, the recall, and his most recent gubernatorial win. She is not a big fan of unions even though her husband is a union employee. … Continue reading

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Keep Fighting

Last Tuesday’s recall election was not the end of the world and it was not the end of the Wisconsin Uprising.  As devastating as it felt at the time it was in retrospect simply the beginning of the next phase.  In fact, … Continue reading

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Recall Reality

(published by forwardseeking.com, 4/13/12) For progressive-minded people in Wisconsin it has been both a horrible and wonderful year and a half.  Scott Walker unleashed a radical right agenda upon the state before he even took the oath of office as governor, but … Continue reading

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Recall

The Wisconsin Assembly Republicans have now introduced a Constitutional amendment to change recall law.  This has been talked about for a while but Assemblyperson Robin Vos finally sponsored it and brought it to the floor.  It should be no big surprise … Continue reading

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