Patrick Marley

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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State Capitol reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and co-author of More than They Bargained For: Scott Walker, Unions and the Fight for Wisconsin

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With a history of support for organized labor, Wisconsin was the first state with collective bargaining for public employees.

Collective Bargaining for Public Employees

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With a history of support for organized labor, Wisconsin was the first state with collective bargaining for public employees.  But now, after three years of upheaval, Republican…

Collective Bargaining for Public Employees

With a history of support for organized labor, Wisconsin was the first state with collective bargaining for public employees.  But now, after three years of upheaval, Republican…

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Democrats and Republicans know that every vote counts, especially in a divided nation.  All over the country, Republicans in state capitols are passing laws to limit what they call…

Is There a War on Voting Rights?

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