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Assembly to Vote on Regulatory Reform

  While the Super Bowl and the “super” blizzard are dominating mainstream news this week, look for the big story out of Madison to be regulatory reform.   Last week the state Assembly’s judiciary committee approved by a 5-3 margin a regulatory reform bill (SSAB8/SSSB8) that proposes sweeping changes to state agency regulations. A full […]

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Former Union President Sentenced for Embezzlment

Paula Dorsey, the former President of District 48 Council of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), was recently sentenced to three years probation for embezzling union funds to feed a gambling addiction. Dorsey, a former Milwaukee Public Library employee, embezzled over $180,000 of AFSCME funds and accrued total losses of  $208,706 […]

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Felons are Voting in Wisconsin

    The Wisconsin statute regarding eligibility to vote in Wisconsin is very simple. One must be 1.) a United States citizen 2.) at least 18-years-old 3.) a resident of Wisconsin for 10 days or more 4.) not currently serving a sentence, including probation or parole, for a felony conviction1   Seems straightforward. But it’s […]

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Faces of Fraud: ACORN’s Kevin L. Clancy

  January 28, 2010, Milwaukee, WI– As the Voter ID bill inches close to a vote, Media Trackers would like to take the time to remind Wisconsinites that despite assertions by the Left that voter fraud is a “problem that does not exist,” felony charges and convictions of voter fraud keep occurring in Wisconsin.   […]

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The Faces of Fraud: Frank Walton

  January 27, 2010, Milwaukee, WI– As the Voter ID bill inches closer to a vote, Media Trackers would like to take time to remind Wisconsinites that despite assertions by the Left that voter fraud is a “problem that does not exist,” felony charges and convictions of voter fraud keep occurring in Wisconsin.   Frank […]