“Wisconsin’s reforms are working”

by Walter Olson on March 20, 2012

Sensible changes to the ground rules on labor relations — including the option to go around the union’s monopoly provider of health care insurance — are saving local governments hundreds of millions of dollars. [John Steele Gordon]

P.S. Bill McGurn on public employee unions in the still very unreformed state of New Jersey [Hillsdale "Imprimis"] And: how some public employees “spike” their pensions in California [L.A. Times via Amy Alkon]

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1 doug 03.20.12 at 8:35 pm

Milwaukee County pensions were out of control until a county executive, Scott Walker put a stop to it.

2 smart dude 03.20.12 at 9:44 pm

It is looking like the unions are wasting millions in their Wisconsin recall campaign, with a Walker victory looking more likely.

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