Oconomowoc’s Kim Hoffman says of shortsighted Wisconsin budget bill, “We crunched the numbers. I will no longer be able to afford to teach.”
Protect Wisconsin Families – Madison Rallies By SEIU Healthcare Wisconsin:
MADISON, Wis. – Thousands of teachers, prison guards and students descended on the Wisconsin Capitol on Wednesday to try to preserve the union rights of public employees in the state that was the first to grant collective bargaining to government workers more than a half-century ago.
The new Republican governor, Scott Walker, is seeking passage of the nation’s most aggressive anti-union proposal — a plan that would all but eliminate the bargaining process for most public employees.
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