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Published on Jun 7, 2012
The historic recall election in Wisconsin has come and gone and just about everyone was talking about the role money played in this election. But what you haven't seen are people talking about the multiple direct connections to the Koch Brothers and Wisconsin. Other than all that money they gave to help Governor Walker keep his job, Koch Industries has an energy firm with about 3,000 workers in Wisconsin. Last year Scott Walker's budget contained within it a little known provision that would allow the sale of state-owned power plants without bids. And then there's the mining bill that was the cause for a big statewide fight. Insiders say that bill was basically ghost-written by ALEC. It failed in March but many believe the Walker win will now give a green light to welcome back into the state some of those Koch funded entities.