As Protests Continue in Wisconsin, Obama Sides with Union Workers
Thursday marked the third straight day of protests from people across the state of Wisconsin in opposition to a bill that could strip public sector employees of many of their collective bargaining rights.
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#1 Feb 19, 2011
While Illinois' is far mor dire, the unions have brought much of this on themselves with pensions and insurance costs. Employees will need to begin to contribute to health care and their own retirement. Governments are being forced into the corner by years of fiscal silliness.
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