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Labor Had Better Get Its Act Together

Dennis Boyer The Cap Times
Dennis Boyer, a retired AFSCME staff member, believes that the unions in Wisconsin need to be much more aggressive in their fightback. This should include consideration of the use of a general strike.


Scott Walker Suspected of Coordinating with Outside Groups

By Matea Gold and Tom Hamburger The Washington Post
Wisconsin prosecutors have alleged that Gov. Scott Walker was part of a wide-ranging “criminal scheme” to coordinate the activities of conservative groups that spent millions to help him and other Republicans fend off recall efforts.


Who Is Behind the National Right to Work Committee and its Anti-Union Crusade?

Jay Riestenberg and Mary Bottari The Progressive
If the U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of a lawsuit filed by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, every state in the country would essentially turn into an anti-union "right to work" state, which would be a significant blow to public sector unions' collective bargaining efforts and also complicate thousands of existing contracts between organized workers and municipalities, cities, counties, and states across the country.
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