Sunday, October 21, 2012

Here's what's playing this week on Eye on Oshkosh...

Be sure to join us starting Monday, October 22 when Cheryl and Dan spend the hour talking with local attorney George Curtis. A few weeks earlier Curtis helped put in perspective the recent court action declaring Gov. Walker's Act 10 legislation against public sector workers unconstitutional. During this visit he explains for us and viewers how there are many new laws under a Walker administration that negatively impact people - laws they may actually know very little about. These laws run the gamut from lack of car insurance protections and lack of protections if a loved one is abused or even mistreated in a nursing home to changes with regard to consumer protection and criminal justice. This is one show you certainly want to see before the election because, as Curtis puts it, it's not just Walker but Republicans statewide who have created these bad laws, making it even more important for us to carefully consider everything before voting in the Nov. 6 election - whether you're voting for local assemblyman, state Senator, or any of the federal offices. This show will run for 2 weeks.

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