Monday, November 14, 2011

Walker Recall Effort Begins Tomorrow

The Democrats and big labor in Wisconsin is prepping an attempt to punish Governor Scott Walker over the state's new labor laws. Walker's proposals were able to reduce the tax burden while not allowing public labor unions to take dues without permission of their workers.

Big labor has had multiple setbacks over the months since the public union bill passed. They failed to eject a Supreme Court Justice with an activist and also failed to take the state's Senate.

Now comes the most recent attempt.

Walker, who was elected last fall, isn't eligible for recall until he has been in office for one year. Democrats have been working closely with union leaders on the effort, and they plan to kick off their petition drive Tuesday. They must gather more than 540,000 signatures by Jan. 17 to force a recall election.

The public labor unions are wasting the time and money of the state once again. Hopefully they will fail once again.

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