Sunday, February 27, 2011

From Democracy Now

Protesters Expect 100,000 in Madison as Assembly OKs Anti-Union Bill

The Republican-controlled Wisconsin State Assembly has passed Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill that would eliminate collective bargaining rights for most public employees. The measure has sparked an unprecedented 11 days of protest in the capital city of Madison and across the state. Broadcasting from the Capitol Rotunda in Madison, we speak to The Nation magazine’s John Nichols. [includes rush transcript]

1 comment:

mythopolis said...

It's heartening to see some grassroots activism emerging.