May 6, 2011

IF GOV. SCOTT WALKER’S UNION BARGAINING MEASURE BECOMES LAW and forces do-or-die recertification votes for public employee unions, some large public unions may simply skip the votes and drop their official status with the state…. To stay alive, the unions under Walker’s legislation would have to get 51% of the vote of all the potential union members in their bargaining unit, not just the ones who actually cast ballots. They also will have to win the vote again every year or their union will cease to function and be unable to reconstitute itself for at least a year after that.”

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