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Photos From Protest In Solidarity With Wisconsin Workers
The whole country has been focused on the tremendous struggle going on in Madison, WI to defend public workers and the services they provide. WI Governor Scott Walker has not only faced 2 weeks of tens of thousands marching and sit-ins at the WI state capitol rotunda. He also was caught with his political pants down in a phone conversation he thought he was having with a major, millionaire campaign supporter, David Koch. On Saturday, "Rally to Save the American Dream" events have been called in solidarity with the people of WI and to oppose budget cuts in our communities. US Labor Against the War affiliates and supporters and the New Priorities Network member groups should be there!

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