The Wisconsin State Senate voted 17 to 15 last week in favor of SB44, the so-called Right to Work Law law. Only one Republican, a former union member, joined all Democratic senators in voting against the anti-union law that the Republican leadership has rushed through an “extraordinary session.”
This week, the Assembly takes up its version of the legislation: AB61
Join us at the Wisconsin State Capitol on Monday, March 2, 2015 to pack the Assembly Committee on Labor, Room 417 North, as the public hearing on so-called Right to Work legislation begins. We need everyone who supports unions and a strong middle class to register and testify to tell legislators on the Committee how Right to Work legislation will impact your job site, your community and your family.