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12/16/2014

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Ryan warwick

I'm disappointed that Walker is pushing this hurtful proposal to undermine the working class.

From a former Wisconsinite.

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And Walker acts as if he isn't in on this! What a joke. Mr. President-Elect now plays Mr. Neutral?

Bryan G Pfeifer

We posted this to www.wibailoutpeople.org & shared nationally. Solidarity sisters & brothers!

Michelle hyllested

Stop the attacks on workers wildlife and women in Wisconsin.

pat groelle

RTW is wrong

kim Pultz

Let's fire these companies and get them out of our state

William McGowan

The RTW proponents claim that right to work gives workers the freedom from paying forced dues. I say if a worker doesn't want to pay dues, that worker should find a job with a non union employer. Then the worker can enjoy the freedom to bargain on his own behalf on issues like wages, benefits, pension safety and personal issues. When the employer scoffs at the worker's grievance, the worker can thank the Wisconsin GOP for granting him the freedom from paying forced union dues.

Mary Kay Schimming

Walker is all about hurting the middle class and the poor. Pompous ass that he is.

Patrick McCarthy


RTW Doesn't mean what it says it means right for the employer to do what ever they want can fire you for anything don't like the way you look fired don't let this happen if you do you are screwed the top 5 states for personnel bankruptcy are RTW states Indiana is in the top 5 and they have been RTW for only a few years UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL Fight back don't let this happen

TOBY

DO YOU WANT WIS.POOR LIKE THE SOUTHERN STATES OR WHAT?WALKER

William Jaskowiak

NO!

john davis

RTW to me is about who should pay for barging costs (Dues). I believe it should be all the individuals in union. Members elected to participate when the union was certified by department of labor when union wasformed.

emily   brown


if you dont pay dues you shouldnt get union benefits/no dues no benifits

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