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"Through his use of Act 10 against the workers in Milwaukee [Barrett] has shown that he is not deserving of support of unions in Wisconsin," says Dan Suárez, a member of the TAA and a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at UW-Madison. Barrett made use of Walker's collective bargaining restrictions in Act 10 to increase pension and health care contributions for workers employed by the city of Milwaukee.
It was no longer apparent that the protesters were mostly Wisconsin school teachers. There were more UW students and teaching assistants. "The crowd was a bit thinner," inside the Capitol. "Lots of drumming." The sound of vuvuzela. ... Read Post
The Wisconsin State Journal reports.See if you can find anything in that article about why the unions are ending. I combed through it, and the closest I came was:Act 10, introduced by Gov. Scott Walker, banned collective bargaining ... Read Post