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Large, Diverse Crowd Turns Out to Denounce Walker’s Policies

Madison — The crowd swelled to an estimated 65,000 on Saturday as citizens from across the state gathered on the Capitol Square to condemn Governor Scott Walker for his year of assault on all that Wisconsinites hold dear: Workers rights, education, healthcare, the environment, First Amendment rights, voters rights, public safety, women’s reproductive rights, human […]

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Over 65,000 people turn out to Reclaim Wisconsin 3/10/12

March 11, 2012 by WCMC On March 10, 2012, over 65,000 people turned out to Reclaim Wisconsin in one of the best attended rallies since last year’s massive Uprising. ┬áThe following images document some of the rally highlights, from the firefighters and Cops for Labor leading the March to Phil Neuenfeldt, Mahlon Mitchell, Lori Compas […]

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Pocan, Risser call for reversal of collective bargaining ban for public sector unions

March 8, 2012 by WCMC Today Rep. Mark Pocan and Sen. Fred Risser announced plans to restore collective bargaining rights. ┬áThe Collective Bargaining Restoration Act (Assembly Bill 338/Senate Bill 233) would repeal the anti-union provisions passed with Wisconsin Act 10 one year ago.   “The Republican attack on our public employees is the single most […]

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