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Kristen Zehner

Here's YOUR chance to DO SOMETHING, Folks. We can stop pissing and moaning about Walker and MAN THE PHONES until we plug up the Capitol system and Walker's offices. FIND A DAY when you can show up at one of these places and get your knocks in!!

Gerald "Jerry" Sheahan

Please do not change the prevailing wage rate law, it is important to keep it in place for the workers of the State of WI. Be fair when voting for any changes. Think of the long term outcome and how the many workers will be hurt.
Thank You,
Gerald "Jerry" Sheahan
3120 Oneida Lake Road
Harshaw, WI 54529-9600

Daniel Murphy

Another example of GOP economic perversion. Exactly how does our state prosper by taking discretionary income OUT of the local economy? People with a little extra money typically spend it; leading to a more vibrant economy. They say it's about helping the tax payers? No it isn't. It's about continuing the radical right's downward spiral of the middle class, to make us accept less and less. These incompetent immoral stooges want only what's worst for American workers because when the tax base dry's up - it's a victory toward defeating their sworn enemy - representative government.

reginald jungwirth

Wisconsin Legislators:

Please stop attending to the wants of the rich and powerful, and start focusing on the needs of the other 99%. You may think you're safe in your position as a legislator with big money behind you, but let me assure you that the rest of us know that you are not. We will put you out of office if you cannot consider the needs of the rest of the people you serve.

Mary Kienitz

This is adding insult to injury. There is simply no excuse for this mean-spirited attack on people who work hard for a living and deserve a living wage. STOP the onslaught!

Mary Kienitz

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