Jun 12, 2015

Walker shows his priorities with $250 million subsidy to NBA billionaires | WashingtonExaminer.com

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wants to send a quarter-billion dollars in taxpayer money to the billionaire owners of the Milwaukee Bucks, who are threatening to leave if they don't get a subsidized new arena. At the same time, however, presidential candidate Scott Walker wants to convince Republican primary voters nationwide that he is a conservative who can stand up to the special interests. It's...

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