Republican leaders chose to fast-track the bill in what's known as an extraordinary legislative session, allowing for less debate than usual.
Debate over the bill drew thousands of protesters to the state Capitol on Tuesday and Wednesday, reminiscent of the passionate labor demonstrations surrounding Act 10 in 2011. But as with that earlier legislation, which stripped most collective bargaining rights from public-sector employees, vocal opposition from the state's unions wasn't enough to stop the right-to-work bill in its tracks. Read more.
This is another step in the direction of slashing wages and destroying labor unions.
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