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Says President Franklin Delano Roosevelt "felt there wasn’t a need in the public sector to have collective bargaining because the government is the people."
Says Madison Mayor Paul Soglin's stated intent when proposing that city contractors disclose private political donations was to "discourage contributions to organizations with which he disagrees."
"Nothing in the Constitution explicitly guarantees our right to vote."
"18 percent of our land in our state right now is either federally, state or county owned for conservation purposes."
Says she has bipartisan support, including "53 sheriffs throughout the state, Democrats and Republicans."
"The hole in the earth that’s going to be dug (for the proposed Gogebic mine) is bigger than my entire district."
"Our pension system is the only one in the country that’s 100 percent funded."
Among Milwaukee Public Schools students, "86 percent are behind in reading and 80 percent are behind in math."
"Faculty salaries at UW System institutions have now fallen more than 18 percent below the national average."
"Wisconsin still ranks first among the 50 states in manufacturing jobs per capita."
Federal law adopted "under Tommy Thompson's watch" prohibits the government from negotiating for "better prices" on prescription drugs for senior citizens
Says under Wisconsin law, he cannot remove his name from the ballot for re-election to Congress.
"Donna Shalala left me with 12 million doses" of smallpox vaccine and "I created enough" to vaccinate "every man, woman and child against smallpox in America."
The new 21st State Senate district was "created in secret for Van Wanggaard. It was drawn within half a block of his house."
As Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney used a line-item veto to cut "millions of dollars for firefighting equipment," including firefighters' "coats, pants, helmets and boots."
Says a study shows that children who live with a biological parent and the parent's boyfriend or girlfriend "have a 20 times greater chance of being sexually abused."
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.
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