Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore is back in the spotlight.
This time he's urging Wisconsin protestors not to give up their struggle against Republican Governor Scott Walker's legislation.
The maker of the movie "Roger & Me" was pumping up the crowd at the state capitol building in Madison on Saturday.
It was the 18th day of protests against Walker's proposed bill to eliminate collective bargaining rights of public workers.
Moore told the crowd that Madison was only the beginning, and thanked the 14 state Democrats who fled Wisconsin to block the bill earlier this month.
Thousands showed up to listen to Moore's speech.
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