Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

"Outsourced" Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

We welcome One Wisconsin Now's Scott Ross to discuss the latest WEDC outsourcing revelations and the hypocrisy of Scott Walker's flip flop on the issue. We also talk about this week's State Supreme Court rulings and US AG Holder's filing in federal voting rights case, BadgerCare Referendum updates, and the recent National Labor Relations Board ruling against McDonald's. 

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Fox TV 6 Outrage over outsourcing: Has Walker’s job creation agency given money to companies that outsource jobs?
One WI Now: Latest Finance Report Shows Walker Took Another $167,000 from Businesses That Got WEDC Funds
MJS Editorial: Despite campaign politics, Gov. Scott Walker should support Trek
Beloit Daily News Editorial:
Scott Walker should be thankful for Trek
Attorney General Holder Announces Justice Department Filings in Voting Rights Cases in Wisconsin and Ohio.
Bayfield Becomes 9th County to Announce November Referendum on BadgerCare
McDonald's ruling ignites business-labor firestorm

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Dead Heat

We discuss the latest Marquette poll showing Mary Burke and Scott Walker are in a virtual tie. We evaluate the big blow up over Gov. Walker's campaign attacks on Trek Bicycle, and what it means for the race. Nicole Safar from Planned Parenthood Advocates of WI joins us to talk about Gov. Walker's shocking decision to stop enforcing Wisconsin’s birth control coverage equity law, which ensures birth control coverage at parity with other prescription drugs. In addition, we talk about two contradictory federal appeals courts rulings on the Affordable Care Act subsidies to health consumers, Paul Ryan's new poverty plan, and the minimum wage. Finally we weigh in on the the wacky 6th Congressional District GOP primary, where all the candidates support nutty ideas right-wing fantasies such as the impeachment of President Obama.

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38,000 Fall into Walker's Health Coverage Gap 

We discuss new data released this week showing more than 60% of Wisconsinites kicked off BadgerCare by Gov. Walker were unable to access healthcare through the new marketplace. We also talk about WI municipalities placing BadgerCare and minimum wage referendums on the November ballot, WEDC outsourcing WI jobs, U.S. AG Eric Holder's likely intervening in Wisconsin voter ID cases, and new documents indicating Senate Republicans tried to  to legalize Gov. Walker's activities in the middle of the John Doe investigation

LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD PODCAST #153
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Wisconsin releases new Medicaid enrollment numbers
Wisconsin healthcare advocates react to news of uninsured
Dane County could vote to urge Scott Walker to accept federal Medicaid funds
Lincoln County Board Asks Public To Advise On Medicaid Money

Center for Media and Democracy Exclusive:
 After Subpoenas in Walker Criminal Probe, WI GOP Sought to Quietly Change Law. 
Voters Could Face Fall Referendum on Minimum Wage
U.S. to intervene in Wisconsin, Ohio voter restriction cases
Racine Journal Times editorial: No outsourcing after taking WEDC money 
Report: WEDC-backed Kestrel had financing issues in Maine before moving to Wisconsin 
Reports: ACA coverage reached more than 9 million



This is WEDCulous
Battleground Wisconsin Podcast


We are back from summer vacation and welcome a new Battleground WI Podcast panelist, Jorna Taylor, a Wisconsin-based political consultant. We discuss a new report by a television station in Madison revealing at least two companies who received financial awards from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and later outsourced jobs. We talk about a UW-Oshkosh professor's research on why Wisconsin is lagging behind other states on jobs? In addition, we talk about Outagamie becoming the 4th county to place the BadgerCare Referendum on the November ballot, and Sen. Ron Johnson's lawsuit against ACA and more.

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FINANCING DEMOCRACY
BATTLEGROUND WISCONSIN PODCAST

This week we present a special podcast discussing the financing of elections in our democracy. We welcome Scott Ross, Executive Director of One Wisconsin Now, and Mike McCabe, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign for a lively and informative discussion. 

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"Walker on the Hot Seat" Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

We discuss Gov. Walker's bad week, including dismal new job numbers showing Wisconsin ranked 37th in private sector jobs creation in 2013, a New Republic cover story unelectable whiteness of Scott Walker, and his new silence on gay marriage. We also talk about Wisconsin counties efforts to place minimum wage and BadgerCare referendums on the November ballot and more.

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HHS Releases New Details About 2014 Marketplace Premiums, Subsidies. 
Expanding Coverage To Under-26-Year-Olds Made Them Healthier, Saved Money. 
Walker: 'My position hasn't changed' on same-sex marriage.
Colbert on Gov. Walker's same-sex marriage silence. 
Kenosha Co. supervisors approve minimum wage referendum.
Wisconsin job growth 37th in nation in 2013.   
Citizen Action of Wisconsin Takes New Approach to Keep Youth on Healthy Path. 
Less than 1 percent of employers to drop coverage because of ACA: Survey. 
New Republic: The Unelectable Whiteness of Scott Walker A journey through the poisonous, racially divided world that produced a Republican star.
Christian Schneider: A talking point that deserves to die. 
News on the Highway Project. To find out more about the Billion Dollar Boondoggle with no real transit options
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"Love Wins" Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

We welcome Fair Wisconsin's Executive Director, Katie Belanger, to review the historic week and preview what lies ahead for equality in Wisconsin. We are also joined by Mary Bottari, Deputy Director at the Center for Media and Democracy, to talk about new dismal job creation data from Gov. Walker's failed jobs agency WEDC. We also talk about new polling information on increasing the state minimum wage, Duey Stroebel's tax credits, and a federal court restoring Ohio's early voting weekend hours.​

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Judge legalizes gay marriage in Wisconsin, but for some, the wait is still on.
Legal Confusion Follows Federal Judge’s Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage in Wisconsin
State says it is processing gay marriage paperwork.
Fair Wisconsin leader: Gay marriage is only one victory in rights movement
Mary Bottari: Only 5,840 'actual' jobs from Walker's WEDC.
Wisconsin Poll: 77% of Registered Voters Favor Higher Minimum Wage.
Stroebel development deals received $773,000 in tax credits.
Federal court orders Ohio restore early voting hours on 3 days before Election Day.

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Angels on the Edges of Needles
Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

Our panel discusses the latest data revealing Wisconsin's struggling economy, new developments in John Doe, McDonald's CEO says they can afford to pay $10.10 minimum wage, new Medicaid enrollment numbers released, and Paul Ryan can't stop lying about Medicare.

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Beloit Daily News Editorial: Buying control, imposing views
Capital Times: CEO admits wage hike no big deal
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Prosecutors: No evidence of aggressive raids in Doe probe.
Wisconsin election board investigated both parties, agency head says
Medicaid expansion reducing hospital losses from uninsured, study says.
Medicaid Enrollment Surges By More Than 1 Million In April
Politifact: Paul Ryan says Medicare going broke
Cook Political Report: Wisconsin Governor Race is Dead Heat

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Walker Cutting A Deal With Prosecutors?

Our panel discusses the latest speculation that Scott Walker maybe cutting a secret deal with John Doe prosecutors on the same week Americans For Prosperity launches a $900,000 TV ad campaign in support of Walker’s Re-election.  We talk about the tragic data released this week by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction showing Wisconsin student free & reduced-price meal eligibility is 43.3%, up 13.8% in ten years.  In addition, it’s a big week for reproductive rights in the courts, Milwaukee region among 12 picked for federal program on manufacturing, and a case study in Act 10 discriminating against Moraine Park Technical College teachers' freedom of association.

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MJS: Scott Walker may be cutting deal in secret John Doe probe.
MJS: Conservatives stung by talk of John Doe settlement with Scott Walker.
American's for Prosperity launches "robust" campaign to Re-Elect Scott Walker.
Wisconsin student poverty rate continues to climb. Free & reduced-price meal eligibility is 43.3%.
Supporters Of Wisconsin Abortion Law Testify In Federal Court.
Emily Bazelon: Court decisions imperil abortion clinics.
Milwaukee region among 12 picked for federal program on manufacturing.
MPTC teachers say yes to union, lose portion of pay increase.

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46% to 46%

Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

We discuss the latest MU Law School Poll finding the Wisconsin Governor's race deadlocked at 46%. The panel delves into the significance of the poll and looks closer at results on the public perceptions of "voter fraud" and their trust of government. We also talk about Gov. Walker's latest deception on BadgerCare coverage, Sen. Ron Johnson calling Social Security a Ponzi scheme, McDonalds workers' large action at Chicago shareholder meeting this week, and more.

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MU Law School Poll
WPR: Marquette Poll Finds Burke, Walker Tied At 46 Percent
Fox 6 TV: Debate over data: New insurance numbers create dispute between Walker, critics
Because of Gov. Walker’s Actions 84,700 Fewer Have Access to BadgerCare
Wisconsin Radio Network: BadgerCare enrollment up 19,000 under reforms
New Study: Limited Competition Raised Obamacare Prices
Racine Journal Times: Ron Johnson calls Social Security a Ponzi Scheme:
Chicago Tribune: Protesters target McDonald's headquarters in pay fight.
Call (855) 572-9499 if you stand with arrested McDonald's workers

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Polarized Wisconsin - Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

We welcome Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Washington Bureau Chief, Craig Gilbert, to discuss his recently completed 4 part series exploring the growing political polarization in Wisconsin, particularly in southeastern Wisconsin.

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Part 1 Living on different planets
Part 2: A perfect brew for party line voting.
Part 3 Far from creating fatigue, partisan battles energize voters.
Part 4: The legacy of polarization

 

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Court Expands Legalized Political Bribery

We discuss the shocking implications of the latest court rulings in the the John Doe investigation into potential illegal campaign coordination between conservative groups and the Scott Walker Campaign. We also talk about two new pieces of research released this week: (1) Citizen Action of Wisconsin revealed that Wisconsin is losing $1 Million a day because Gov. Walker rejected federal Medicaid funds for BadgerCare; (2) UW research discovered that Wisconsin has only replaced half of the 150,000 jobs lost during the great recession from 2007-2009, and many pay below a living wage.

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Judge's ruling once again halts Walker probe
Federal appeals court stays ruling halting Doe probe into Walker recall
John Doe prosecutors: Judge's decision is death knell for campaign finance laws
Wisconsin Rejects $1 Million a Day for BadgerCare
Insurers Say Most Who Signed Up Under Health Law Have Paid Up
Institute For Research On Poverty Finds Many Jobs Created Since Recession Don't Pay Living Wage

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 Voter ID Unconstitutional

This week the panel leads off with the historic federal court ruling by Judge Lynn Adelman invalidating the discriminatory Voter ID requirement and frustrating conservative efforts to suppress the vote. We also discuss the departure of high speed train manufacturer Talgo, and what it says about Scott Walker’s economic record. The panel examines Scott Walker’s health care dilemma, Robert Kraig’s recent tax fairness debate with Rep. Dale Kooyenga, the implications of the Donald Sterling situation, a $15 minimum wage in Seattle, the May Day March against deportations in Milwaukee, and other burning topics of the week.


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Citizen Action of WI in the News:
WPR (May 1, 2014) Nearly 140K State Residents Have Signed Up For Insurance On Exchange
Onalaska-Holman Courier (April 24, 2014) Kane & Kraig Column: Walker Should Explain WEDC Disparities
Milwaukee Courier (April 26, 2014) Tax Day BadgerCare Protest
In These Times (April 21, 2014) Toppling the Tea Party

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American Oligarchy - Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

This week we discuss a groundbreaking new study by Princeton and Northwestern professors that seriously challenges America's claims of a democratic society. The research found the U.S. political system's policy outcomes are controlled by an economic elite that functions like an Oligarchy. We dissect Scott Walker's latest false ad which attempts to copy a famous 1984 Reagan TV ad and review the latest developments in the race for the 6th Congressional District and State Senate District 9. We also are joined by Michelle McGrorty from Emily's List to tell us about trainings they are offering next weekend in Madison. And more!

LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD PODCAST #142

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Scott Walker Campaign Ad.
U.S. more oligarchy than democracy, study suggests.
Read the Study
38 GOP lawmakers join Ron Johnson’s Obamacare lawsuit.
Baldwin: Democrats need to tout health care reform.
New WEDC Job Numbers Shows Massive County Disparity in Economic Development.
Democratic pollster finds tight Wis. governor's race.
Hennessey, Nelson may seek 9th Senate nomination.
Grothman promises to resurrect effort to ban affirmative action in Wisconsin.


Emily's List Training
May 2, 2014, 8:30am - 5pm  
Madison, WI
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Wisconsin GOP to Vote on Secession

We discuss the Wisconsin GOP’s planned vote on state secession at their party convention. We also talk about good news for the Affordable Care Act, MacIver Institute’s Brett Healy goes flying monkey crazy over Citizen Action media conference exposing the significant loss of federal tax dollars because of Gov. Walker’s shameful rejection of federal BadgerCare money, minimum wage increase in Minnesota sparks concerns along Wisconsin boarder, candidate Walker refuses to commit to four more years as governor and backs away from 250,000 new jobs pledge, and One Wisconsin Now asks  the State Supreme Court to refuse to take the John Doe case.

LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD PODCAST #141

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State GOP to vote on state secession at convention.
Gallup Poll: Uninsured drops in states that expand Medicaid and run exchanges.
Obamacare cost forecast is reduced 7% by U.S. fiscal watchdog
Citizen Action of WI Tax Day Rally: Accept Our Tax Dollars for BadgerCare.
MacIver Institute: Citizen Action Feigns Concern for Wisconsin Taxpayers in Tax Day Stunt.
Minn. minimum wage increase raises concerns for WI border areas.
Gov. Scott Walker declines to commit to four-year Wisconsin term.  He also hints at longer time to reach jobs goal.
Wisconsin job climate to be focal point of 2014 gubernatorial race.
Liberal group asks Supreme Court to refuse to take John Doe case.
Legal Filings Show Walker Ousted GAB Chair after Board's Unanimous Vote to Proceed with John Doe Investigation

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Sen. Ellis Plans Illegal Fundraising

This week we discuss the surprising new video of Sen. Ellis planning illegal fundraising. We also talk about the Assembly Democrats urging Gov. Walker call a special session to focus on Wisconsin’s failed economy instead of gutting election laws and what should be on progressive’s agenda to tackle Wisconsin’s lagging economy. We also discuss the U.S. Senate passing a jobless benefits extension to long-term unemployed and Congressman Tom Petri being challenged by Sen. Glenn Grothman in the August 2014 primary.

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 Supreme Court Expands Legal Political Bribery 

We discuss the Supreme Court’s historic 5-4 decision to strike down important limits on federal campaign contributions. We also talk about the over 7 million who signed up for healthcare during the ACA’s first open enrollment period which ended this week, Gov. Walker forces 77,000 off BadgerCare, NCAA predictions, and more.

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NY Times: Supreme Court Strikes Down Overall Political Donation Cap
Reaction to the Supreme Court’s Campaign Finance Decision, including Sen. John McCain
GOP budget slashes healthcare spending, aid to poor
City of Racine passes resolution calling on the state to accept the federal funds for BadgerCare.
Walker cuts 77,000 from BadgerCare
10 Things We Can Do to Promote Enrollment After March 31st
Join our campaign to fully implement ACA in Wisconsin by accepting billions in federal Medicaid funds for BadgerCare
Election Results In Western Wisconsin May Signal Shift Against Frac Sand Mining: 6 Of 7 Candidates Endorsed By League Of Conservation Voters Claim Victory

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Emerging Women in 2014 Elections

We welcome Emerge Wisconsin Executive Director, Wendy Strout, to discuss Women’s History month and preview the exciting lineup of Wisconsin women running for elected office in 2014. We also discuss Rep. Shankland and Goyke’s effort to protect low-income families from cuts to food stamps and a new report finding consumers will get $10 billion in subsidies for health coverage through the Affordable Care Act. 3 more days to sign up at healthcare.gov

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Contact Emerge Wisconsin
Marquette poll shows Scott Walker up on Mary Burke 48%-41%
Reps. Shankland and Goyke still fighting for Heat and Eat program bill
Gov. Walker backs away from 250,000 job pledge
Consumers Get $10 Billion In Subsidies For Health Coverage, Study Finds
E.J. Dionne Jr.: Health care's real stakes
WeigelCast: Kentucky an Unlikely Model for Obamacare
John Nichols: Dale Schultz, Stephanie Miller and the forgotten GOP support for voting rights

 

IN THE NEWS:
RACINE JOURNAL TIMES (MARCH 27, 2014) DEADLINE FAST APPROACHING
WFRV TV 5 CBS GREEN BAY/APPLETON (MARCH 24, 2014) ACA SIGN UP DEADLINE APPROACHING
WIZM 1410 LA CROSSE (MARCH 24, 2014) GROUP SAYS WISCONSIN NOT DOING ENOUGH TO PROMOTE OBAMACARE
SHEPHERD EXPRESS (MARCH 24, 2014) UNDERSTANDING OBAMACARE: OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD ENDS MARCH 31
FOX 6 MILWAUKEE (MARCH 24, 2013) UNINSURED HAVE 7 DAYS LEFT TO SIGN UP FOR OBAMACARE 

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New Spring, Same Jobs Problem

Welcome to spring in Wisconsin. We discuss the latest dismal jobs numbers that rank Wisconsin 35th nationally in private sector job creation. This week every Assembly Republican voted against raising the minimum wage to $10.10 and raising it only 35 cents. We also discuss: A new Citizen Action of Wisconsin report showing deductibles will cost $26 million for those losing BadgerCare; Over 5 million enroll for ObamaCare and the 16,268 new jobs that full enrollment would bring; Milwaukee County living wage ordinance veto override vote; And more!  

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Wisconsin Ranked 35th Nationally In Private Sector Job Growth.
Wisconsin ninth among 10 Midwestern states in job growth under Walker.
The Uninsured: Wisconsin’s Untapped Resource. If every citizen in Wisconsin eligible for tax credits was enrolled, 16,629 jobs would be created in state.
Deductibles to cost $26 million for those losing BadgerCare, report says.
Proposed City of Racine resolution advocates accepting federal Medicaid funds.
Assembly Democrats will try to get vote on raising the minimum wage today.
Dale Schultz: 'I am not willing to defend them anymore'
Florida Election Shows Danger and Promise in Obamacare Debate

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The Embarrassing Legislature

We discuss the shameful week of this embarrassing Wisconsin legislature. We also discuss the new Rasmussen poll showing the governor race tied at 45% and Paul Ryan’s statement that there is a "real culture problem" of men in "inner cities" who lack work ethic.

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In narrow vote, Senate backs ending early voting on weekends
Beloit Daily News Editorial: Partisan power on full display: Embarrassment to the Wisconsin tradition of good government.
Paul Ryan points to inner city 'culture problem,' encourages involvement
Rasmussen poll says Scott Walker, Mary Burke are tied in 2014 race
Kevin Kane and Robert Kraig: Scott Walker owes explanation on partisan pattern in jobs agency.
Paid Sick Days Bill Introduced

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PAUL RYAN LYING ABOUT POVERTY

We discuss Paul Ryan’s failed attempt at intellectual cover for his plan to cut vital programs that combat poverty in America, Wisconsin’s battle to raise the minimum wage heating up this week, Gov. Walker responds to Citizen Action’s WEDC report revealing job creation nearly double in GOP districts, and Sen. Fitzgerald fast tracks bill to allow lobbyists to pass along their clients’ campaign checks to lawmakers during legislative sessions.  

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Paul Ryan’s audit of federal anti-poverty programs finds many are actually working
Business Journal: Wisconsin’s minimum wage battle escalates:
Washington Post: Is the Democratic Party’s minimum wage push working?

Minnesota moving toward increasing minimum wage
The Effects of Minimum Wages on SNAP Enrollments and Expenditures
Walker defends funneling more money to Republican districts
MJS: Wisconsin Senate leader fast tracks bill to allow in-session lobbyist checks:

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30% RENEWABLE ENERGY

We welcome Rep. Katrina Shankland to discuss her new bill which would require Wisconsin utility companies to have 30 percent of the power they provide to customers come from renewable energy by 2030. We celebrate 4 million Americans signing up for ObamaCare and review another strange week in Walkerland.

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4 Million have signed up for ObamaCare
Rep. Shankland bill calls for 30 percent renewable energy by 2030
Scott Walker pledges no property tax increases through 2018 "
Walker aides tried to squelch political impact of mental health care
Eau Claire Leaders Urge Sen. Moulton to Reject Plan to Strip Local Government Control

The Senate Judiciary and Labor Committee has scheduled a public hearing on Monday, March 3rd to take up Living Wage Preemption Bill SB 626

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28,000 Pages of Emails and WEDC Fails

This week we welcome Wisconsin AFL-CIO Secretary Treasurer Stephanie Bloomingdale to discuss the shockingly offensive content found in the dump of 28,000 pages of emails from Gov. Walker’s former staffer. We also talk about the slew of anti-worker bills rolling through the Legislature and the new WEDC report Citizen Action of Wisconsin released Thursday showing disturbing trends, such as Republican Assembly districts having 86% more jobs projected than Democratic Assembly districts.

LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD PODCAST #133

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WSJ: John Doe transcript: Scott Walker must have known of private email, laptop system
MJS: Takeaways about Walker and his aides from unsealed documents
MJS: Newly disclosed emails reveal racist jokes by Scott Walker's ex-aides:

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