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Brunch Links: February 3

Scenes from a Snow Day. Jason Joyce found a bunch of videos taken of the blizzard and its aftermath by amateur filmmakers.

It appears most in the legislature spent yesterday creating a blizzard of press releases. Republicans accusing Dems of standing for special interests and Dems firing back that the GOP special session is a sham.

Partial privatization of Commerce Department passes.

North Park Street has a post detailing a series of allegations that Kyle Szarzynski, candidate for the 8th district on the Common Council, misused student funds as the head of the Student Tenant Union.

Milwaukee Common Council members urge the legislature to oppose voter ID legislation.

Assembly Democrats block vote on auto insurance bill which would lower minimum coverage requirements.

Van Hollen declares health care law "dead" in Wisconsin. Trust me, it ain't over yet J.B.

Nice: Profile of Eileen Bruskewitz.

Depressing: Will Wisconsin's emerging tech survive under Walker?

Great website for Sconnie enthusiasts. I don't know why it was discontinued.

Private fundraising gain even more emphasis in the chancellor's plans for UW. But private donations were down last year. Down from 2009, the heart of the recession?

Ron Johnson seemed to predict that some Senate Demeocrats would support repeal. Not the case.

Jim Rowen on wetlands bill: A bad favor for one developer stays alive in the legislature.

Mayor Dave knows what counts during election season. Check out his facebook profile for a video he took while riding on a snow plow.

I thought the carpenters union endorsed Wineke. Apparently they also endorsed Parisi. Watch out for those typos Brenda.

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