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Wisconsin is called the Badger State because "our ancestors came here with the hopes of living the American dream by mining."
All travelers -- even babies -- arriving in the U.S. by air must have a passport.
Says Scott Walker enacted "the biggest cuts to education in our state’s history."
As Dane County executive, Kathleen Falk raised property taxes by "millions of dollars every year" and approved the second highest increase in the state in 2010.
"Today, for the first time in fifteen years, Master Lock’s unionized plant in Milwaukee is running at full capacity."
Says she got unions to agree to "about $10 million in reduction" of salaries and health benefits while serving as Dane County executive in Wisconsin.
"I've done more impeachments than anybody else in the history of the country."
It’s legal to "sign a recall petition (against Gov. Scott Walker) even if you have already signed another recall petition," but only one signature counts
A Republican-led softening of firearms training rules means that "untrained individuals" would be allowed to carry guns with a state permit.
Under a law proposed by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, businesses that move into Wisconsin "don't have to pay any taxes" on their income for two years.
"We have the highest corporate tax rate in the world. It’s 35 percent."
Members of the public are being charged $50 to hear Gov. Scott Walker and a dozen members of his administration talk about jobs and the economy at Lambeau Field.
The federal government is spending $46,000 a year per family (or group of four) and could balance its budget by dropping that to $30,000.
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Assembly approved "only one out of 376 amendments offered by Assembly Democrats" in 2011.
Says GOP recall challenger Kim Simac "was delinquent paying her property taxes eight of the last nine years."
"The federal government is spending 25 percent of our entire economy versus 100 years ago we spent only 2 percent."
Says state Rep. Fred Clark (D-Baraboo) ran a red light and seriously injured a bicyclist.
Republican redistricting plans cut Democrat Nancy Nusbaum out of "her state Senate district by a half a block."
Says state Senate recall challenger Sandy Pasch voted "to cut school aid by nearly $300 million."
"Taxpayers pay for roughly 45 percent of all births in Wisconsin! And 60 percent of the births in Milwaukee!!!"
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