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A Start in Wisconsin

February 19, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments
Mary Bell at the time of her arrest in 1968.

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Opposing sides meet as Capitol protests enter sixth day.

Union leaders offer concessions

Top leaders of two of Wisconsin’s largest public employee unions announced they are willing to accept the financial concessions called for in Walker’s plan, but will not accept the loss of collective bargaining rights.

Mary Bell, not this Mary Bell, president of the Wisconsin Education Association Council, and Marty Beil, executive director of AFSCME Council 24, said in a conference call with reporters that workers will do their fair share to narrow Wisconsin’s budget gap.

 

I posted earlier that this was one of the steps needed to get done and lo’ and behold! Nothing is impossible to keep the American dream alive.

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