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Guest commentary: Walker shows partisan pattern in jobs agency

7:22 PM, Mar. 16, 2014
Gov. Scott Walker, left, tours Infinity Machine and Engineering with company president Scott Santaga, right front, along with Doug Wegner, left rear, Jeff Cogswell and Tom Wegner on American Blvd in De Pere
Gov. Scott Walker, left, tours Infinity Machine and Engineering with company president Scott Santaga, right front, along with Doug Wegner, left rear, Jeff Cogswell and Tom Wegner on American Blvd in De Pere
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What if the Obama administration was investing in more jobs in Blue States than in Red States? There would be outrage from conservative governors such as Scott Walker.

That's only natural. There is almost nothing that upsets Americans more than being treated unfairly, especially when it comes to vital government functions like expanding economic opportunity.

But it's not the federal government that stands accused of unfairness, it's the Walker administration. A recent Citizen Action of Wisconsin report found huge geographic and partisan disparities in the self-reported impact of ...

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