"This has transitioned into a struggle for Wisconsin, and maybe even a struggle for America," says John Nichols. It's been more than two weeks since protesters in Madison, Wisconsin have occupied the capitol building, and John Nichols notes that what's going on there is uniquely Wisconsin--from the politeness to the support and solidarity for union workers. He spoke to Laura outside the capitol this weekend, as protesters lined up in the freezing cold to get back into the building. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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