Wisconsin court reject unions corrupt bargain with Democrats

NY Times:

Union Limits and Voter ID Rule Upheld in Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld a law that effectively ended collective bargaining for most public workers.
This is a good deal for most of Wisconsin.  Taxpayers will no longer be paying for union dues which are used to elect Democrats who then vote to increase the pay and benefits of the unions who got them elected.  It was a corrupt system with a built in conflict of interest and no one looking out for the taxpayer.   The state is still being fought by the Democrats on the voter ID issue with claims that Democrat voters are not competent to get and use an ID.  They are really upset about the law making it harder for them to cheat.


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