State of Upheaval

Project Milwaukee
2:43 pm
Fri December 16, 2011

Public Policy Analyst Discusses Future of Local Government Funding

Project Milwaukee: State of Upheaval

Public Policy Forum Analyst Rob Henken talked to Bob Bach Friday, as part of our special Project Milwaukee: State of Upheaval broadcast at Cudahy's Irish Pub, inside the Pabst Theater.

Henken discussed the direction he feels Wisconsin is headed in, after volatile year in state politics, which saw numerous changes in state law and policy.

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Project Milwaukee
2:34 pm
Fri December 16, 2011

Liberals Find Many Flaws in 2011 Republican Legislation

Karen Royster

As our Project Milwaukee: State of Upheaval series concludes, Bob Bach talks to a variety of people about where they think the state is headed, after the sweeping and divisive political changes Republican Gov. Scott Walker promoted this year.

He spoke with Karen Royster of the left-leaning Institute for Wisconsin’s Future. She finds flaws in the GOP legislation.

Project Milwaukee
2:32 pm
Fri December 16, 2011

Could State Government be Scaled Back Further?

George Lightbourn

WUWM concludes our week-long series, Project Milwaukee: State of Upheaval Friday.

Bob Bach talks with a variety of guests about where they think Wisconsin is headed, based on big policy changes made by GOP leaders in 2011.

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Project Milwaukee
2:30 pm
Fri December 16, 2011

Conservative Think Tank says Walker has Positioned the State Well for Growth

In the finale of our series, Project Milwaukee: State of Upheaval, we are looking toward Wisconsin’s future -- in light of the sweeping and divisive political changes Republican Gov. Scott Walker ushered through in 2011.

Brett Healy, president of the conservative think tank the MacIver Institute, joined Bob Bach to offer his perspective.

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Project Milwaukee
2:28 pm
Thu December 15, 2011

It's a Wonderful Wisconsin?

Over the past week, our Project Milwaukee: State of Upheaval series has explored what the impact of the past year’s contentious political happenings has had on Wisconsin. We’ve identified winners and losers of the political fight and explored what lies ahead for the Badger State.

But we have to wonder, did it all matter? So what, that the debates on collective bargaining, the role of unions, and the size of government made Wisconsin a national lightning rod? Would these conversations have happened eventually? What would Wisconsin look like if none of this had happened?

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