Wisconsin Assembly Approves Bill Stripping Away Union Rights

Wisconsin Assembly members early this morning approved a bill that would take away the majority of state workers' collective bargaining rights. Closure on the controversial bill is far from over, however, as it now heads to the state Senate where 14 Democratic lawmakers have been absent for a week. Earlier, Gov. Scott Walker backed away from a self-imposed deadline of today for approving his controversial "budget repair bill" as the legislature remained embroiled in gridlock and the 14 Senate...Full Story
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