Monthly Archives: November 2011

Walker says enough signatures will probably be gathered

Governor Scott Walker, in an interview with CNBC Wednesday, said it appears likely that organizers will get enough signatures to force a recall against him.

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Capitol loses friend and colleague in Wheeler

Dick Wheeler, a veteran member of the Wisconsin Capitol press corps, died early this morning at his Madison apartment. Any reporter or member of the legislature – indeed, almost anyone who works in the Capitol – knew Dick. I was … Continue reading

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The Thinker

PHOTO: Scott Bauer, AP AP’s Scott Bauer took this exciting “action shot” of me at a Capitol press conference today.    

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Special session not so super?

Senate Democrats and Republicans have just two bills on their Special Session agenda today – both ostensibly aimed at creating jobs. Democrats jumped all over SB 14, which has already passed on a 17-16 partisan vote. The bill limits interest … Continue reading

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Lasee plans to kill ObamaCare bill

Press release from Senator Frank Lasee‘s office regarding his intention to kill AB 210. 

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Committee approves Milwaukee Co. comptroller

The state Senate has approved SB 259, legislation which allows for creation of the office of Milwaukee County comptroller. Milwaukee Democrat Spencer Coggs voted against the measure, noting that the bill had been heaviliy lobbied and that in his opinion … Continue reading

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