We herald Labor Day weekend with an in-depth discussion of the big jobs debate in the Governor's race. We review the latest shocking developments in the John Doe investigation. Robert analyzes the likely impact of a potential Supreme Court decision that some fear could take away tax subsidies to purchase health coverage from 5 million Americans. Also, Jen updates us on Milwaukee community events in support of victims of police violence in Ferguson and Milwaukee.
MJS Editorial: A meaningless jobs debate between Gov. Scott Walker and Mary Burke
WEDC board OK'd Ashley Furniture getting $6 milliontax credit, cutting 1,900 jobs.On Politics: Ashley Furniture owners gave $20,000 to Scott Walker shortly after WEDC vote:
Wisconsin shows how job incentives are handed out -- in Bizarro world.
Scott Walker says Wisconsin's in third place. Mary Burke says it's last in the Midwest. Who's right?
LA Times: Could a wording 'glitch' doom Obama's healthcare law?:
Affordable Care Act drafting error could strip healthcare subsidy from thousands in Wisconsin,
Journal Times editorial: Advisory referendums give voice to public opinion
Douglas County poses questions to voters
Are you one of the 2,395,469 who can vote on Minimum wage Referendum?
Citizen Action of Wisconsin in the news:
- WHBY Radio Appleton (August 27, 2014) Group Pushes Congressman Ribble on Minimum Wage
- Green Bay Press Gazette (August 24, 2015) Editorial: Federal Funds for BadgerCare Left on the Table
- Racine Journal Times (August 24, 2014) Advisory Refrendums Popular, But Effectiveness Questioned