WI Legislature Approves Union Bill

In huge blow to union power, Wisconsin’s state Assembly approves bill stripping nearly all collective bargaining rights from the state’s public workers.

The bill is unaltered, except to eliminate the spending considerations, which allowed the legislature to proceed despite the temper tantrums from state senate Democrats.

Gov. Walker has signed into law - Unions failed to stop Democracy.

A dozen other states have already passed even more stringent laws to reign in their Unions.  Idaho has passed and end to teacher tenure, and restricted collective bargaining.  Ohio is following suit.  Florida, New Jersey, and Indiana have already done the same.

The lollipop gang of Democrat party senators can go home now. Let the recalls begin.