Tuesday, while the sun still beat down, we asked marchers why they were there, what they think will happen next, and what they hope the protests will achieve. Here’s what they told us.
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“We are doing everything possible to make sure that we have a successful start.”
“When I was a kid, I always had waffles on Wednesdays for breakfast. So I continue that tradition.”
Over the past 104 years, state’s highest court has largely allowed Wisconsin’s executive branch and administrative agencies to grow in power. By voting against the Department of Health and Andrea Palm, the tides may be turning.
This isn’t the first that Wisconsin has been the center of attention and it won’t be the last time either.
“This whole thing has brought out the best in many people, especially my wonderful night shift team in the ER.”
The reports cast Geoffrey Graff as “the bunker guy,” a crazy, gun-toting isolationist, who dug an underground home in a backwater of the city. The reality is more complicated.