Protesters Gather Outside Sen. Galloway's Wausau Home

By: Carli Shingleton Email
By: Carli Shingleton Email

A group of protesters organized outside republican Senator Pam Galloway's house in Wausau Sunday morning.

On Wednesday she voted for the bill that stripped collective bargaining rights from many state employees.

The protesters say they will keep coming back until they can get a word with Galloway.

"A lot of people in the city are concerned about what's going on in Madison. We want a Representative type of Democracy and don't feel Pam Galloway is representing that.," says Bill Neyens, a Wausau Resident.

News Channel 7 spoke with Galloway Sunday. She says she's been meeting with teachers and concerned citizens the past few weeks and that she is willing to meet with the protesters at her district office.


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