WISCONSIN RECALL:: Barrett Can’t Name Any Schools Hurt by Walker’s Collective Bargaining Reforms | The Weekly Standard

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WISCONSIN RECALL:: Barrett Can’t Name Any Schools Hurt by Walker’s Collective Bargaining Reforms | The Weekly Standard

BY JOHN MCCORMACK

Milwaukee

Wisconsin governor Scott Walker is facing a recall election on June 5 because of the law he signed last spring to limit the collective bargaining power of public employee unions–a reform his opponents said would be a “disaster” and destroy public education in the state. Walker’s Democratic challenger, Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett, acknowledged this morning that the collective bargaining issue was the “flame that started this” recall election, but Barrett couldn’t point to a single public school that has been harmed by Walker’s reforms.

via Barrett Can’t Name Any Schools Hurt by Walker’s Collective Bargaining Reforms | The Weekly Standard.

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