Tuesday, October 20, 2015

UPDATE: 50.7% of MilkSource's $222,350 in Campaign Contributions Have Gone to Scott Walker

One more time!

Here's a 3rd example of why Wisconsin Republicans want to make the change as blared in the following headline:

It's called pay to play.

[Original post starts here]

Big dairy, Scott Walker donor at center of high-capacity well controversy in Adams County, (Capital Times, 9/20/2014)

MilkSource greases the wheels of government.
To accommodate the water needs of the industrial farm, Milk Source first applied to the state DNR for a permit to build two high-capacity wells — defined as wells with the capacity to pump 70 gallons of water per minute — on May 4, 2011. 

Six months later, the DNR approved the permit that allowed for two high-capacity wells to be built on the site, with a combined capacity to withdraw 72.5 million gallons of water per year.

Gotta wonder if Scott Walker was singing this song in the shower during the 2011 Christmas holiday season.

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Yet another lesson in Republican hypocrisy.  (2/13/2014)
Another lesson in hypocrisy: Wisconsin Republicans disparage Mary Burke for her wealth.  (1/31/2014)
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