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Originally posted by Jeremiah Johnson
reply to post by Vitchilo
The chickens are coming home to roost.
MADISON (WKOW) -- The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is urging members to camp out at the Capitol. The law enforcement community opposes Walker's bill that cuts collective bargaining for most state employees. State officials voted Wednesday to remove protesters from offices and hearing rooms after Saturday's normal business hours.
Wray says Walker's comments 'unsettling'
By Capitol Bureau Chief Bob Schaper - bio | email | Twitter | Facebook MADISON (WKOW) -- "Unsettling" and "troubling." Those were the words Madison Police Chief Noble Wray used to describe statements made by Gov. Scott Walker during a prank phone call. During the call, Walker told a caller that he and his staff considered planting agitators among Capitol ralliers, presumably in a bid to turn public opinion away from anti-Walker protesters. Walker said he ultimately dismissed the idea because it could backfire politically.
Originally posted by gallopinghordes
Seems to me that had Governor Walker met with and treated the unions fairly it would have been much much different.
Originally posted by ugie1028
I found something!
This is a live blog of ongoing events around the nation related to the workers' rights demonstrations.
and a live feed!
Live feededit on 2/26/2011 by ugie1028 because: I trimmed the quote. Go to the links.