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04:17 PM on 02/12/2013
"Everybody's broke around here," said Ken Scribner, a 47-year-old unemployed construction worker from Mellen, a town of about 800 people on the mine site's western edge. "We need some money."

Then perhaps, sir, you can approach your governor about another project that would result in jobs without infringing (more than we already have) on Native American lives and culture.

Surely Wisconsin has more than just this one way forward!
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SteampunkGal
Too complex for a micro-bio.
05:05 PM on 02/12/2013
Or *gasp* consider looking for work elsewhere. Whose people was there first?
08:05 PM on 02/12/2013
We live here too, and aren't going anywhere.
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kathy smelser
05:14 PM on 02/12/2013
you mean being made a Right To Work State did not create the thousands of jobs Walker promised......
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sgraham59
Don't Let The Bastards Win
05:37 PM on 02/12/2013
Wisconsin is not right to work yet
08:05 PM on 02/12/2013
Defanging the public sector unions in no way made Wisconsin a right to work state. Act 10 only applied to the public sector.