Federal appeals court upholds Wisconsin union limits
A federal appeals court has upheld Gov. Scott Walker's contentious law that takes away nearly all collective bargaining powers from most public workers.
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#1 Jan 18, 2013
takes away nearly all??????
The state shouldn't have to pay the bookkeeping costs
for paying the unions their dues.
If people want a union, then don't make us all pay
for the necessary office administration that needs to go with it.
AND as far as not getting along with the employer....
The peeps of Wisconsin are the employer and the public unions get 19% more in income than the employer gets in the private sector....maybe
the unions should have been not so grabby.
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