On August 25, 2011 a large rally was held outside the Wisconsin State Capitol on the day that Governor Scott Walker's "budget repair" bill's effects first showed up on state employees' paychecks. Many lost hundreds of dollars a month due to the new laws. After the rally 600-700 citizens entered the Capitol. After most had left 13 activists decided to stay and face arrest to draw attention to the issues surrounding Walker's bill. This video is about 54 minutes long and is an unedited, one-take look from the time of Capitol Police Chief Tubbs' final request for the activists to leave all the way through the last of the 13 arrests.

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