Gov't Unions Suffer Big Losses

Investor's Business Daily
June 2012
Investors Business Daily;6/11/2012, pB02
4.� �Wis. GOP Gov. Scott Walker beat Dem Tom Barrett in a recall election by a bigger margin than in their '10 contest. Big Labor had sought to make an example out of Walker, who had rolled back public employee union bargaining rights. Now other cash-strapped states could follow his lead. Voters in San Diego and especially San Jose easily OK'd big gov't pension reforms.


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