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Park Seniors on Tuesday learned about the dangers of texting and driving. Racine Mayor John Dickert and Rep. Cory Mason were two of the guests encouraging teens to be safer on the road.
Today it was announced that over one million signatures were turned over to the GAB to force an election recall of Governor Walker. But I am not ready to celebrate just yet.
Tonight's celebratory volunteer potluck put a smile on my face but made me wish I had done more.
As the petition circulation draws near, the numbers are looking quite favorable. Soon we will see how Wisconsin really feels.
A new law was put in place at the beginning of the new year. Those seeking unemployment benefits will now have to wait a week before benefits begin.
The state's Medicaid shortfall is nearly half of what was expected. Projection changes are now expected to be approximately 2% of the program funding.
Recall Walker petitioners will be attending Rose Bowl festivities in order to rally and gather signatures.
Walker lifted the cap on the Family Care Program yesterday after being told to do so by Washington.
Governor Walker speaks to Fox6 News this morning. From recalls to regrets, he shares his thoughts.
Many local officials have voiced their opinion on the recalls and whether or not they will be signing petitions.
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