Article: Wisconsin tries to reform unions
Original post made by Resident on Feb 17, 2011
""The proposal marks a dramatic shift for Wisconsin, which passed a comprehensive collective bargaining law in 1959 and was the birthplace of the national union representing all non-federal public employees.
In addition to eliminating collective bargaining rights, the legislation also would make public workers pay half the costs of their pensions and at least 12.6 percent of their health care coverage increases Walker calls "modest" compared with those in the private sector."
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