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People spoke twice on unions

Published 7:22pm Wednesday, October 31, 2012

To the editor:
Even after Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker made history by becoming the
first governor to win his recall election, the liberals in Madison want
to torpedo the people’s mandate.
Walker’s union law merely requires public union workers to pay a
fraction more for their pensions and health care and removes their
monopoly on giving themselves raises.
A judge in hyper-liberal Dane County claimed the law is
“unconstitutional.”
The people have spoken —  twice. The unions need to keep their hands out
of taxpayers’ pockets and pay their fair share.

William Fritz

South Bend, Ind.

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