Special Report - Out of Touch with America: Are Unions Obsolete?

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Right to work vs. card check: Unions face challenges

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Scott Walker: Wisconsin would be in deep trouble now if public employee collective bargaining reforms had not passed

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Part of the Washington Examiner's weeklong commentary series on labor unions. To see the entire series, click here. Newly elected Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker boldly moved in early 2011 to reform his state's public-employee collective bargaining laws. His actions sparked major protests, including the occupation of the State Capitol by liberal activists for weeks. His reforms ultimately passed,...

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