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Walker backlash continues at Capitol

7:10 PM, Feb. 24, 2013
Members of the Solidarity Singers sing a protest song outside the state Capitol on Feb. 8. The group has been appearing at the Capitol weekdays for more than 100 weeks.
Members of the Solidarity Singers sing a protest song outside the state Capitol on Feb. 8. The group has been appearing at the Capitol weekdays for more than 100 weeks.
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It was a typical February day at the state Capitol. The wind chill was 15 degrees. City plows scraped at the snow. And about 30 people stood on the sidewalk, singing songs that could get them ticketed and fined.

"Scott Walker will never push us out, this house was made for you and me," sang the makeshift choir that calls itself the Solidarity Singers.

The group began daily protest songs at the Capitol nearly two years ago when Gov. Scott Walker, a Republican, unveiled a plan to eliminate nearly all collective bargaining powers for most public union workers and require them to pay more for their ...

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