Luke Hilgemann

Americans for Prosperity

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

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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.

The National Showdown in Wisconsin

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.

The National Showdown in Wisconsin

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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