Thursday, July 30, 2015

Then and Now: The (in)credibility of Scott Walker

That was then.

As quoted in.....

This is now.  (And now you can understand why Governor Walker wants "deliberative process" materials exempted from disclosure.  Not surprisingly, he's acting as if the exemption is already law.)

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As reported in.....

Related posts:
Wisconsin Assembly Republicans are hoping that voters are not paying attention on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.  (7/10/2015) 
Dear Scott Walker, As for the awareness question, a simple "yes" would have sufficed.  (7/7/2015) 
The road not taken by Joint Finance Co-Chair Nygren and Assembly Speaker Vos.  (7/7/2015) 
Open records and Scott Walker's concerns with constituents' privacy.  (7/5/2015)
Scott Walker does David Bowie.  (7/4/2015)
Open records and Scott Walker's irresolute response.  (7/4/2015) 
When it comes to transparency, ALEC wants to have it both ways.  (7/4/2015)
You have to wonder what dictionary Joint Finance co-chair John Nygren is working from.  (7/3/2015) 
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos's definition of transparency: All the self-serving Republican news releases I see fit to print
Good question, Albert Darling. So why the lack of transparency in Wisconsin? (7/3/2015)

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