On the day the Wisconsin State Senate passed Right to Work legislation, Media Trackers caught protesters verbally assaulting police and state senators.
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According to union data recently reported to the U.S. Department of Labor, the Milwaukee Newspaper Guild – the union representing many newsroom employees of Wisconsin’s largest newspaper – may be the poster child of what happens when employees find no value in a labor union.
Day 3 highlights of the debate over Wisconsin’s Right to Work legislation.
Just four years after unions were able to gather crowds nearing 100,000 to protest Wisconsin’s Act 10, Wisconsin unions have been hard pressed to get crowds anywhere near that level to protest pending Right to Work legislation. Media Trackers was at the statehouse on Tuesday to catch video of their attempts to fight the bill.
Highlights from day 2 of the debate over Wisconsin’s Right to Work legislation.
On the day Right to Work legislation was formally introduced in Wisconsin, union members and supporters gathered in Milwaukee to protest the bill and what they claim is an attack on their rights. Media Trackers was there to video the interesting list of speakers.
Evening highlights from day 1 of Wisconsin’s Right to Work debate.
With the passage of Right to Work legislation in Wisconsin likely to occur in the next two weeks, Wisconsin liberals have resorted to claiming Republicans controlling the legislature are attempting to silence debate by passing the legislation too quickly. Unfortunately for Democrats they seem to have forgotten a massive spending bill they passed just six years ago, in less than two days, without a single opportunity for the public to speak.
Day 1 highlights of Wisconsin’s Right to Work debate.
With the University of Wisconsin system facing a $150 million cut in each of the next two years, much scrutiny has been placed on the operations of the UW system. While UW seems to believe there is little fat to trim, a Media Trackers analysis shows UW employees are making obscene salaries in comparison to others in government that have far more important jobs.