Luke Hilgemann

Americans for Prosperity

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Wisconsin State Director of Americans for Prosperity, the conservative advocacy group founded by David Koch

Luke Hilgemann on KCRW

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Three months after Wisconsin's Republican Governor Scott Walker took office last year there were massive protests in the state capitol.

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Three months after Wisconsin's Republican  Governor Scott Walker  took office last year there were massive protests at the state capitol.

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Three months after Wisconsin's Republican Governor Scott Walker took office last year there were massive protests at the state capitol.

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