A post at POWIP by an author who lives in Madison, WI, documents how in mid-March, with the budget repair bill having recently passed, a variety of unions in Sauk County acceded to all management demands, including giving “carte blanche [to the county] with regard to the economic conditions of employment” (audio at 4:40).

Remember, we have heard how collective bargaining was critical to protecting workers. 

But in Sauk County, the unions didn’t care about the workers, they simply would do anything to keep the unions in place, and thereby keep the flow of union dues coming.

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