Walker’s closed sessions due to polarized politics
Unfortunately politics in this country have become so polarized that there is no give and take between political parties.
Gov. Scott Walker has to hold closed sessions because otherwise the meetings would be packed with political types whose only objective is to disrupt the meeting and see that nothing gets accomplished.
Former Sen. Russ Feingold could hold an open meeting because he had the unions, that he bought with our tax dollars, on his side and who made sure the audience was a friendly one.