“While she is reluctant to say that she would repeal the law, she has made it known that she doesn’t support the collective bargaining changes. She is playing both sides by saying that she would have asked for the financial concessions without changing collective bargaining.” Read the Right Wisconsin article here. Like this post? […]
“’The great irony is that Act 10 has created a marketplace for good teachers,’ said Dean Bowles, a Monona Grove School Board member.” Read the Madison.com article here. Like this post? Chip in $5 to AFP.
“Los Angeles and New York City elementary school teachers are some of the highest paid in the country according to the most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics data. It is no surprise that the country’s two largest cities would be atop this list, but what may be surprising is the city that beats New York […]
“Statistics and figures are a tricky thing. They can be twisted or contorted and meaning becomes unclear. Opponents of our policies want to paint a grim picture for the Badger State. Luckily, our policy team at Americans for Prosperity dug through the facts to put together a detailed report that got to the bottom of […]
“Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin had quite a good day on July 31 when the state supreme court upheld not only Wisconsin’s voter ID law, but also the 2011 budget legislation that severely curtailed the power of public unions to control the lives and salaries of state and municipal government employees.” Read the Daily […]