Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Hear, Hear!

From the Cap Times:
The Madison School Board decision to immediately re-enter collective bargaining negotiations with its employee unions was right and necessary.

Dane County Circuit Judge Juan Colas' determination that Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining law unconstitutionally penalized and harmed teachers and municipal employees has cleared the way for a restoration of sanity, not just for Madison teachers and school employees but for educators across the state.

And responsible school boards will seize the opportunity Colas has given them to re-establish normal relations with their employees and the unions that represent those employees.

Walker has over the past year and a half tried to peddle the fantasy that the only way to improve education, expand the economy, and generally get Wisconsin on track is to effectively end more than 50 years of relative labor harmony in Wisconsin.

The governor is wrong. Ridiculously wrong.
Couldn't have said it better myself.

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