The Republicans have called their cuts to state spending and what workers will give up modest, but Walker has been working on an even more modest proposal to save millions of dollars in medical spending on children in the state. While Walker cannot legally strip Medicaid spending on the children, if the children did not exist, they would not need the services.

 

 

While state workers will lose 6-11% of their take-home salaries up front, further cuts in spending and no bargaining rights may result of take-home losses of 20% for educators. Still modest, just like Walker's newest proposal, outlined in the music video he had created for its unveiling:

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Milwaukee news may not have anything funnier than Michael McGee Jr., and it would be a shame for such a dynamic personality to rot away in jail, so Real Wisconsin News has pledged a "Mequon Match" for raising McGee's bail money of $100,000. McGee has asked his radio listeners to donate bail money to release him, and Real Wisconsin News will match, dollar for dollar , money sent in from private citizens residing in Mequon. Show Alderman McGee your support for his fight against anemic lawyers who don't believe in the old-fashioned ballot-or-bullet corruption-laden Milwaukee politics. McGee, who may have paid $5 per vote in his recall election, has asked for $100 from each of his supporters, which would represent an excellent campaign investment, and we hope it all works out so that we can enjoy his antics for years to come. Remember Mequon, Michael McGee Jr. is counting on you! The fund is at $569 and growing.
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BREAKING NEWS!!! Green Bay Packers General Manager Ted Thompson made a somewhat surprising and extremely strong case for "Asshole of the Year" in Wisconsin by shooing Hall of Fame Superbowl Quarterback Brett Favre out the door from the Green Bay Packers this month.

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