Wednesday, April 13, 2016

WISCONSIN GOV. SCOTT WALKER confident unions' "right to bleed" will be upheld by the state supreme court:
[T]he state's new right-to-work law ... prohibits private-sector unions from forcing non-members to pay them regular fees....

Walker's Act 10 extended protections similiar to right-to-work to public-sectors workers. The two largest public-sector unions in the state, American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Councils 40 & 48, went from having a combined 41,000 members in 2011 when Act 10 was passed to just over 12,000 by the end of 2014, according to Labor Department data. Over the same period, their budgets shrank from a combined $18 million to just over $5 million.
And the Democrat party's coffers emptied by ... how much?

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