"Protesters caused $7.5 million in damage to the Wisconsin State House"
Protesters "attacked" the group’s headquarters with "graffiti on the sidewalk" and "stenciled images … smeared on the building and statue."
Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker "literally invented a $3.6 billion deficit."
Republicans offered Wisconsin bar patrons "free shots (of alcohol) to sign recall petitions against" Democrats.
Says protesters at the Wisconsin state Capitol on the night the state Senate passed collective bargaining changes damaged the windshield of his car.
Says salaries and benefits for Wisconsin state employee comprised 8.5 percent of the 2009-2011 state budget.
Milwaukee is "the most segregated city in America."
Says David Prosser = Scott Walker.
Says Milwaukee County Parks director Sue Black has not received a pay raise in five years.
Wisconsin was embroiled in a "constitutional crisis" brought on by the Democratic senators fleeing the state for Illinois to block Gov. Scott Walker's budget-repair bill.
"Eleven years ago, the city of Detroit lifted the residency requirement for police officers and today, 53 percent of officers live outside of the city. If we want the tax base of Milwaukee to resemble the tax base of Detroit, this is the way to go."
Says it has offered $12 million in savings through 2011 and $184 million in savings over the next 25 years in contract negotiations with the City of Milwaukee.
In fighting collective bargaining changes, Democrats are trying to "protect a system that pays unionized government workers 42 percent more than non-union workers."
On the night of the Wisconsin state Senate vote on the budget package, "a mob showed up and busted down the door and took over the Capitol."
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