State Assembly Rep. John Murtha of Baldwin regularly reports back to his constituents. Recently, he told us he helped pass a bill that would “clean up the mess in Madison” and bring about “bi-partisan ethics and elections reform.” The bill, signed by Gov. Doyle, will help “reform our state’s reputation as a leader in clean, responsible and accountable government.”
I just returned from a recycling plant in St. Paul. As a result of recycling about 25 small engines, five large snowblower frames, assorted steel, a pint of copper and a half-pint of brass, I received an $80.96 check for 994 pounds of metal.
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