The Wisconsin law limiting public employees’ collective-bargaining rights was upheld in a Friday decision by a federal Appeals Court.
local units of government can get back to getting control of their staff.
Kevin Scheunemann and Owen Robinson believe government is the solution when it reduces through laws the bargaining rights and costs of public workers (unions) and private workers (unions) but not private CEOs, entrepreneurs and corporations.
Having my money taken out of my check to be sent to commie thugs I don’t agree with is MY RIGHT!
Just be thankful public workers don’t have to feel the full brunt and pain of taxes and regulation the private sector is inflicted with by the public sector.
If you think the minor reforms of Act 10 are an issue, just ask yourself one question: would you rather be IL?
IL is chopping it’s public work force randomly, and painfully, becaue they refuse to reform.
WI is strong and has its finances in order.
One down and one to go.
Just need to re-elect Pat Roggensack to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in April. Otherwise this is all for naught.
You do realize public sector workers pay every penny of taxes that private sector workers do, and that they are subject to the same slew of regulations as private sector folks, right? In short, we are citizens: taxed and regulated, represented and governed. Do we at least share that basic belief?
Methinks your answer will be “no”. Try surprising me.