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Walker ad features New Berlin small business owner

Published Dec. 14, 2011

Christopher Rebholz, president and chief executive officer of Christopher Morgan Fulfillment Services in New Berlin, appears in Gov. Scott Walker's latest campaign commercial as a representative small business owner eager to grow in Walker's Wisconsin.

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Cabinet secretaries will "do less with less"

Published Jan. 5, 2011

Most of the secretaries in the incoming Scott Walker administration will be asked to do less with less. This is in accordance to Walker's view of government's limited role in American society and his track record as Milwaukee County executive.

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High speed rail in Wisconsin? R.I.P.

Published Dec. 10, 2010

From the evening that we broke the news that Wisconsin had been allocated $810 million in federal funding for high-speed rail to Thursday's announcement that the state's allocation will instead be given to other states such as Illinois, California and New York, BizTimes.com has been ground zero for news, analysis and commentary about the project.

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Rail debate ascends (or descends) to social media

Published Dec. 3, 2010

Wisconsin Governor-elect Scott Walker's transition office has been the target of spirited social media campaigns by both proponents and opponents of high-speed rail in Wisconsin this week.

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Walker isn't flinching on rail ... so far

Published Dec. 1, 2010

Pressure is building on Wisconsin Governor-elect Scott Walker to cut a deal and reverse his campaign pledge to stop a federally funded high-speed project that would connect Milwaukee to Madison.

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