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Sunday Reflection: After the recall, big trouble for Big Labor

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When it rains it pours, and right now organized labor is getting drenched. On June 5, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survived a union-driven recall election, drubbing his opponent 53 to 46 percent in spite of his organized labor opponents mobilizing millions of dollars and "50,000 volunteers who knocked on 1.4 million doors and placed 1.8 million calls," according to the Washington Post. Walker...

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