Here's an example of why Wisconsin Republicans want to make the change as blared in the following headline:
It's called pay to play.
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Not to mention the $36,950 of Yahara moola that has gone mostly into the campaign coffers of Republicans.
Of late, though, it's all red.
New Albion quarry draws highway safety concerns. (Wisconsin State Journal, 3/22/2015)
It's called 'pay to play'.
Johnson also said that some DOT officials might have been swayed toward granting Yahara Materials access to the highway after the company wrote a $5,000 check to Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign last July. According to website documents, it’s the largest check Yahara Materials has written for the Walker campaign. The previous largest was $1,000. [emphasis added]
“Well, that is a bunch of bull,” Geoghegan said.