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Inn on the Park,
Madison Marriott West,
For the past week, the State Journal has given readers non-stop coverage and pictures of hearings in our Capitol about right-to-work legislation. The protesting unionistas have been very disruptive, voiced obscenities and inaccurately portrayed themselves as representative of Wisconsin voters.
Proponents of a right-to-work law claim it will free workers to choose whether to join a union. This is baloney. The 1947 Taft-Hartley law outlawed “closed shops.” Since 1947 all U.S. workers have had the right to choose.
Right-to-work laws break the power of the unions, and in the long run we all lose.
I've heard people complaining that due to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), tax professional are delayed preparing taxes.
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