Republicans approve anti-union bill in Wisconsin Senate

03/10/2011 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

Republican state senators in Wisconsin approved a controversial bill Wednesday that would eliminate most collective-bargaining rights for public employees, including teachers. Republicans, who voted on the proposal without Democrats, said the vote was legal even though it would curb collective-bargaining power and would require employees to pay more for their health benefits and union dues -- effectively reducing employee salaries by about 8%.

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