In a late-night vote that caught Wisconsin Assembly Democrats by surprise, Republicans pass Gov. Scott Walker's plan, which would strip most government workers of collective-bargaining rights. The measure's fate remains uncertain as Senate Democrats remain out of state to forestall a vote.I guess it's the end of the world, "OMG! These People Are Nuts!.. Leftist Protester Wails About Losing Chemo Benefits After GOP Assembly Vote" (via Memeorandum): Yep, the end of the world. Althouse has more, "UW professor retires after only 21 years to "protect" herself from "depressing and threatening" clauses in Gov. Walker's bill."
Friday, February 25, 2011
At Hot Air, "WI Assembly passes budget-repair bill," and Los Angeles Times, "Wisconsin Assembly approves controversial collective-bargaining measure."