WAUSAU (WAOW) – The political climate in Wisconsin has become divisive, especially over the last year. The collective bargaining debate brought as many as 100,000 protestors to Madison, and voters headed to the polls in nine heated recall elections over the summer.
So how did we get to this point?
Many people are quick to blame Gov. Scott Walker and his policies. And the governor admits he would do some things differently, but he says the current bitter climate goes far beyond his policies.
Newsline 9's Daniel Woodruff takes a look at the state of politics in Wisconsin and what it means.
Don't miss this story Wednesday on Newsline 9 at 10.