Mary Spicuzza

Wisconsin State Journal

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State government reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal

Mary Spicuzza on KCRW

In tomorrow's  Wisconsin recall election , the target is Republican Governor Scott Walker, and the issue is the rights of public workers.

Partisan Battles in Swing States and the November Elections

In tomorrow's Wisconsin recall election , the target is Republican Governor Scott Walker, and the issue is the rights of public workers.

from To the Point

Wisconsin's new Governor, Scott Walker, with majorities in both legislative houses, cut spending and stripped state workers of collective bargaining, the kind of actions Republicans…

Nation Watches as Wisconsin Prepares for Recall Elections

Wisconsin's new Governor, Scott Walker, with majorities in both legislative houses, cut spending and stripped state workers of collective bargaining, the kind of actions Republicans…

from To the Point

An otherwise obscure race for a nonpartisan seat on the Wisconsin state Supreme Court turned political as a referendum on Republican Governor Scott Walker's assault on collective…

Twist of Events in Wisconsin Judicial Contest

An otherwise obscure race for a nonpartisan seat on the Wisconsin state Supreme Court turned political as a referendum on Republican Governor Scott Walker's assault on collective…

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