...One Wisconsin Now Action is required to file reports with the Internal Revenue Service that show its funding has come from handful of large contributors: New York media mogul Joseph Rosenmiller gave $139,000, for example, while New York philanthropist Alida Rockefeller Messinger gave $75,000, and Epic Systems CEO Judith Faulkner and her husband Gordon gave $24,000.
(Faulkner's really large money went to ObozoCare lobbying, of course.)
If you don't think that New York money is laden with social-disease microbes, then think again while looking at the agenda of the new Mayor of NYC.
OMG, SOB's from out of state peddling their influence. Well, money = free speech.
Corporations are people, my friend.
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