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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine Wisconsin governor Scott Walker's office says the State's largest teachers union.
Is trying to hide the results of research that would prove schools have actually benefited.
From his changes in education funding.
Walker's move to cut collective bargaining for union members including teachers sparked the current recall effort.
His office assembled this chart that purports to show under Walker's reforms.
There were fewer layoffs smaller class sizes.
And more extracurricular activities than in years past.
The state journal reports the union had posted those previous survey links on its website.
However there are no longer there.
Walker's office says it found the data in a different area of the website.
The union says last -- survey results showing improvement are quote too unique to compare to past wants.
Don't but no word from the union and won the previous surveys were removed from the website.
Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen has been suspended for five games following comments he made about Fidel Castro.
-- and told time magazine he loves Castro and respects the retired Cuban dictator for staying in power for so long.
Remarks enraged Miami's large Cuban American population.
-- apologized profusely again today and said his comments were misinterpreted.
By the reporter.
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