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Wisconsin Grassroots Network is almost 5 years old, originating as the Dane Grassroots Network. We network more than 70 grassroots across Wisconsin, expecting to increase that number. We provide support, training and strategy sessions statewide to promote progressive values and candidates.  SWWAP proudly counts itself as bein an affiliate of this organization.

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  • Wisconsin Grassroots Network is almost 5 years old, originating as the Dane Grassroots Network. We network more than 70 Grassroots groups across Wisconsin, expecting to increase that number. We provide support, training and strategy sessions statewide to promote progressive values and candidates.

  •  We are an important part of the 'feet on the ground' in every contest for justice and good policies in Wisconsin; supporting great candidates, helping groups get started and continue to grow across Wisconsin. We welcome questions and contact from you if you wish more information. Please use the comment box below to reach us.

  • Please JOIN our efforts to connect the many grassroots folks in Wisconsin by registering with us. We charge no membership, we offer the advantages of collaboration and cooperation between groups and individuals interested in preserving the progressive idea in Wisconsin!

  • By joining, a group or an individual can post  events, blog on our site, and keep informed about the grassroots movement all across Wisconsin. Come along with us and together we will be the Heartbeat of the Progressive movement in Wisconsin! You will find a news feed, Twitter, and Facebook contact! We welcome you!   

 

Tell the FCC: Stop Rupert Murdoch

Rupert Murdoch, the guy who controls the Fox News Channel, wants to expand his empire, and he's not letting FCC regulations get in his way.

Embattled and under investigation in England for phone hacking, influence peddling and bribery, Murdoch has set his sights set on the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune, the major papers in the nation's second and third-largest cities, where Murdoch already owns several TV stations.1

Shockingly, President Obama's Federal Communications Commission is trying to change the rules so Murdoch can get exactly what he wants. Even worse, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski is hoping the agency can pass these changes without you noticing.

That's why we're joining our allies at Free Press and calling on the FCC to stop trying to change the rules for Rupert Murdoch.

Tell FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski: No more media consolidation for Murdoch.

Murdoch's media grab would be illegal under the current rules. But Chairman Genachowski is pushing the other commissioners for changes that would translate into a giveaway for Murdoch and other media barons.2

These rule changes wouldn't just benefit Murdoch. If the FCC changes the rules, one company could own the major daily newspaper, two TV stations, and up to eight radio stations in your town. And that one company could be your Internet provider, too.

Sound familiar? It should -- the FCC is pushing the same Bush-era media consolidation policy that millions rallied against in 2003, and 2007, and was defeated in court just two years ago. The Senate even voted to overturn this consolidation policy back in 2008, rebuking runaway media concentration led by, among others, then-Senator Barack Obama.3

Take Action! Call Your Representatives, and sign the following petiton.

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