OTHER OPINION: UNIONS
Collective bargaining rights for public employees are at the heart of the political battle raging in Wisconsin. But in economic and fiscal terms, abolishing contract negotiations between unions and management is not necessarily a panacea for state and local governments — or a nightmare for their workers. Consider Virginia, which bans collective bargaining and always has.
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