MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following the Republican vote to end collective bargaining for public employees in Wisconsin.
MADISON - As Scott Walker's radical budget gets more scrutiny, his appalling priorities become clearer, and two stories this past week from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel show how he raises taxes on the poor while giving tax cuts for his partisan buddies.
MADISON-Speaking at a friendly right-wing frolic Monday night in Waukesha hosted by GOP standard-bearer Charlie Sykes, Republican insider Jeff Stone presented yet another version of his support for anti-worker rights legislation, stating clear support for Scott Walker's divisive power play to end collective bargaining for public employees.
MADISON-Speaking before a crowd during a debate in Milwaukee this afternoon, Republican extremist and Scott Walker devotee Jeff Stone went on-the-record in support of controversial union-busting "Right to Work For Less" legislation.
MADISON- A Koch Brothers-sponsored bus organized by Rep. Sean Duffy's former campaign manager will roll through Wisconsin this weekend to promote Gov. Walker's union-busting power grab.
MADISON — Fresh off his vote that will tie the hands of local governments to the tune of millions of dollars, long-time Republican Rep. Jeff Stone will doubtless continue his tradition of voting along party lines for a State budget that will decimate Milwaukee County when Scott Walker makes his budget address tonight.
ICYMI: Hypocrisy in Practice: GOP Insider and Scott Walker Henchman Jeff Stone Votes to Toss Federal Transit Funds
MADISON- Mere hours after he voted against an amendment that would have saved $46.6 million in federal transit funding Wisconsin stands to lose because of Scott Walker’s divisive power grab, ultra-partisan candidate for Milwaukee County Executive Jeff Stone accepted an invitation to take a promotional tour on the Milwaukee County Transit System.
MADISON- Despite a promise to end the practice of segregated fund raids, like the one engineered by then-Assembly Speaker and current Walker appointee, Mike Huebsch, Scott Walker is now prepared to utilize the same practice he once decried as "inexcusable."