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02/22/2015

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nettie

Right to work is wrong for Wisconsin, it will remove protections, people fought and died for. My sons didn't go to Iraq, to lose freedoms.
Strenghten our labor, don't diminish it.

Sherry Robinson

My family has been strong believers in unions, all the way back to grandfather. My father was in a union and I was in a union also. It saddens me to think that after all the things my grandfather and father fought for, it will just be thrown away,by politicians who just don't care about the middle class.

Roxy Claassen

My Auncle was a International brotherhood Union Rep for the Sulphite Pulp and Paper labor unions. He was one that negotiated contracts with the companies. Yes it was a big struggle lots of people lost their jobs because they went on strikes. The people demanded better pay raises better insur ance. What this is about is fairness! There are no way to arbitrate without a union. We have very educated people Steel Workers, Construction and they value the union. Wisconsin doesn't need the "Right to Work Bill " Wisconsin needs to appreciate our hard working citizens that are protected under Unions.

Dan

Act 10, Right To Work and others are no accident. They have intent and purpose. Unions and middle class Americans support the Democratic Party. By financially gutting the unions and the middle class, Republicans plan to strip Democrats of their funding and support and essentially make it impossible for democrats to compete in election and the democratic process. It's time turn the tables on the Republican Party. Wage counter warfare on their wealthy donors and do everything in our power till our last diying breath to completely defund Tea Party Republicans and their campaign donors. Fight fire with fire!

Rose Dochterman

For the love of God and your family speak up against this narcissistic behavior being displayed by these elected officials who are supposed to do what is best for you & me. Big money vs hard working people remember there are more of us than there are of them SPEAK UP !

dkaminski

The elected officials don't care what we want. They don't care that Right to Work will hurt families ! They have been bought by big business and will vote how big business tells them so they can keep their jobs as politicians, dirty politicians!!

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