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Supreme Court Sides With Wal-Mart In Sex Bias Case

Supreme Court Walmart RulingWASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court on Monday blocked a massive sex discrimination lawsuit against Wal-Mart on behalf of female employees in a decision that makes it harder to mount large-scale bias claims against the nation's biggest companies.

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Oregon Tour Report: Move To Amend is on the Move!

Memorial Day weekend brat-loving Wisconsinites will be attending the first ever People’s Bratfest

The WPBA supports business working to create positive change for the state of Wisconsin.

Stop Miller/Coors from tapping out local breweries

Check out the WPBA's action sheet for more info about how to get involved!

Taking away Wisconsin's small and medium sized breweries is like removing small farmers from this great state.

Walker's new business claim inaccurate on both ends, numbers are 'basically flat'

Feds turn Walker down on passenger rail funding request

Another Company Passes Over WI for IL

Recently, Scott Walker got the news that a company he had hoped would locate in Wisconsin, Pastificio Rana, had instead decided to build a new plant in Illinois instead.

Eliminating Sick Leave Not Good for WI Businesses

Mining bill could cut environmental review to 300 days

A bill that would dramatically speed up Wisconsin’s mining permitting process and threaten Wisconsin's wild resources is being considered by two Republican legislators. The bill would speed up environmental impact reviews from two years to 300 days.

Senator Rich Zipperer of Pewaukee wants to reduce the timeline for ferrous, non-sulfide mining like an open pit iron ore mine proposed in far northern Wisconsin.

Gogebic Taconite will drill exploratory holes this summer in a four mile stretch in Ashland and Iron Counties.

WPBA Opposes Badger Partnership

The WPBA opposes the proposed Badger Partnership. Gov. Walker and WMC are encouraging UW-Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin to move towards privatizing UW-Madison. 

Now, in an unfortunate move, The Wisconsin Business Council (WBC) has endorsed the Badger Partnership.

This will mean that Walker will appoint the majority of the university board. We believe the board of UW-Madison should not be partisan or used to reward large political donors - for either major political party.

MAY 20-25: Move to Amend Public Speaking Tour in Colorado

Madison and Dane County WI Voters Support Constitutional Amendment

Last night voters in Madison, WI and Dane County, WI voted on two seperate resolutions to support a United States Constitutional Amendment that would declare that only human beings are entitled to Constitutional rights.

In Madison, WI voters approved the following language by 84%:

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Ft. Bragg, CA Passes Resolution in Support of Constitutional Amendment!

SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS: Vermont Says ‘No’ to Citizens United

Money Changes Everything: Move to Amend wants to Restrict Corporate Donations

RICHMOND, CA: City Council Votes to Adopt Resolution Calling for Constitutional Amendment to End Corporate Personhood

VERMONT: Resolution Calling to Amend the Constitution Banning Corporate Personhood Introduced in State Legislature

WA STATE: Introduces Resolution Calling for a Constitutional Amendment Against Corporate Personhood

HIGHTOWER: Top 4 Victories Handed to Corporate America by the Supreme Court -- So Far

KANNER: Shasta and Goliath: Bringing Down Corporate Rule

BROOKS: Class War

CLANCY: The Journey Ends but Quest Has Just Begun

HUFFINGTON POST: Cross-Country Walk Opposing Corporate Personhood

THINK PROGRESS: Foreign-Funded ‘U.S.’ Chamber Of Commerce Running Partisan Attack Ads

The largest attack campaign against Democrats this fall is being waged by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a trade association organized as a 501(c)(6) that can raise and spend unlimited funds without ever disclosing any of its donors. The Chamber has promised to spend an unprecedented
$75 million to defeat candidates like Jack Conway, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Jerry Brown, Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA), and Rep. Tom Perriello (D-VA).


PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY: The Pro-Corporate Players in our Post-Citizens United Politics

WASHINGTON - A new report by People For the American Way profiles the work of nine organizations that are funneling money, in many cases from undisclosed donors, to help elect pro-corporate candidates in the 2010 elections. Many of the groups originated in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United v. FEC, which allowed corporations to spend unlimited amounts of money to influence elections.

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LA TIMES: Senator asks IRS to investigate tax-exempt groups' political spending