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MacIver's Brian Fraley crouches down between two children as Sen. Luther Olsen addresses the crowd.

Public Denied Access to Virtual School Event

By  Rebecca Kemble and Nicole Schulte On Wednesday, March 28, the Wisconsin Coalition of Virtual School Families held a lobbying day and awards ceremony for Governor Scott Walker and other Republicans in the legislature at the Concourse Hotel in Madison. The event was stage managed by Brian Fraley, communications director of the MacIver Institute, an […]

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Walker: “We want to make sure that every kid in this state has access to a great education.”

The Wisconsin Coalition of Virtual School Families held an event at the Concourse Hotel in Madison on Wednesday. The purpose of the meeting, according to the event details, was to “celebrate a year of success, say thank you to our champions and learn how and why we need to work together in the coming months […]

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Map of the proposed mine site and the affect surrounding Bad River Watershed. Map: Carl Sack

Extreme Mining Advocates Ramp Up Propaganda in Face of Mining Bill Failure

March 11, 2012 by Barbara With On March 6, the Wisconsin State Senate rejected the Joint Finance Committee’s Substitute Amendment to AB426, the Assembly version of a ferrous mining bill authored by Gogebic Taconite, the mining company seeking to open a 22-mile open-pit iron ore mine in northern Wisconsin. After the Senate voted it down, […]

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Brian Fraley, Communications Director of the MacIver Institute considers a question by Arthur Kohl-Riggs

MacIver Institute and AFP “Working” for Walker Campaign

March 3, 2012  By Rebecca Kemble, Arthur Kohl-Riggs and Nicole Schulte On Wednesday, February 29, 2012 Arthur Kohl-Riggs of Shit Scott Walker Is Doing To My State interviewed Brian Fraley, Communications Director of the MacIver Institute.  MacIver describes itself as a “Wisconsin-based think tank that promotes free markets, individual freedom, personal responsibility and limited government.”  […]

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