MADISON- News is breaking that Scott Walker's plans to turn down $810 million in already-allocated federal money for rail will end up COSTING Wisconsin taxpayers at least $100 million and hundreds of jobs - not to mention the thousands of jobs the plan would have created in the long-run.
MADISON- After an election where voters said the most important issue facing Wisconsin was the shape of the economy, Republicans have begun their time in power outlining an extremist social agenda.
MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following Scott Walker's appointment of Michael Grebe to head his transition team. Grebe killed the release of a damaging report on Walker's record in the days leading up to the election.
MADISON – The company that was set to create some of the thousands of jobs out of the high-speed rail project says that Scott Walker's chief economic proposal, to end the rail plan first proposed by Tommy Thompson, would result in the company moving out of Wisconsin.
MADISON – “This is obviously disappointing on many levels. The Assembly Democrats were caught up in a historic national wave, and we have lost the majority.
MADISON - Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following the Wisconsin election results of Nov. 2, 2010: