A bill supported by Gov. Scott Walker makes it "so that drunk drivers who kill have an easier time of it."
The Dodd-Frank financial-reform law’s hundreds of new rules will force small banks and credit unions to burn up "an estimated 2,260,631 labor hours just for compliance."
Says Democratic state Sen. Jim Holperin "voted against a property tax freeze" in 2009 and then voted for a "$1.5 billion property tax hike."
Says state Sen. Alberta Darling is "allowing mercury to harm our children" because she voted against an electronics recycling bill.
Says state Rep. Sandy Pasch "did nothing to stop" people from scamming the Wisconsin Shares child-care subsidy program and voted against funding for fraud investigators.
Says Democratic recall opponent Shelly Moore "opposes any limit on taxes."
The 2011-13 state budget "cuts overall funding for public schools by $1.6 billion"
Protesters "attacked" the group’s headquarters with "graffiti on the sidewalk" and "stenciled images … smeared on the building and statue."
Deregulation of the state’s telecommunications industry will create 50,000 jobs in Wisconsin.
"There are not, nor have there ever been, any boycotts encouraged by our organizations."
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