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Union Members 'Blanket' Brown County, Wis.

Union members are working to keep area residents warm this winter with Brown County United Way and the Greater Green Bay Labor Council Community Services Committee. The two groups are hosting the second annual Blanketing Brown County drive, collecting new and gently used blankets for distribution to area shelters and agencies. Blanketing Brown County begins today and continues through Jan. 29.


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Green Bay Firefighters Cook Up Some Good Will at a Local Cafe

It's incredibly hard for restaurant owners to take the day off, especially around the holidays. But Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 141 made that possible for the owner of the Mill Town Café in Green Bay, Wis., who needed time off to receive a bone marrow transplant the Friday before Christmas. 

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Bottom Line: Green Bay Diaper Drive Big Success

Bottom Line: Green Bay Diaper Drive Big Success

Hundreds of babies and toddlers from low-income families in the Green Bay, Wis., area will be happier and drier in the coming months, thanks to the 13,000 diapers collected by Brown County United Way, in partnership with the Greater Green Bay Labor Council Community Services Committee and 21 community partners. Dan Wadle, the AFL-CIO Community Services liaison, says:

It’s a case where there’s a lot of need in the community as far as with low-income families. It’s difficult to afford diapers.

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Will the Florida GOP Dishonor the Greatest Generation?

This is a cross-post by Harvey Kaye from New Deal 2.0. Kaye is the Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

This past Saturday, April 2, Florida Republicans launched a six-months-long, seven-city “Greatest Generation Tour” in Pensacola’s Veterans Memorial Park. Declaring their intention to recognize and honor the patriotic sacrifices and achievements of those who served the country in World War II—and noting that more than 1,000 of those veterans are passing away each day—state GOP spokesperson Don Salter stated that “we need to show our appreciation before it’s too late.”

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Guess Who Opposes Walker’s Plan for WI? Conservatives, Republicans and Vets

Conservative and Republican public employees across the state voiced opposition to a proposal by Gov. Scott Walker that would deny nurses, teachers, EMTs and other trusted public service providers the right to collectively bargain—a freedom that nearly every other Wisconsinite enjoys.

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