WEAC’s Not the Only One
Apparently other Wisconsin public sector unions are reeling from the curtailment in the scope of monopoly bargaining (Act 10), as reflected in the staggering membership losses experienced by other public sector unions. Robert Samuels comments in the Washington Post.
Walker had vowed that union power would shrink, workers would be judged on their merits, and local governments would save money.
Unions representing teachers, professors, trash collectors and other government employees are struggling to stem plummeting membership rolls and retain relevance in the state where they got their start.