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BY staff | Madison, WI | 3/10/11
As Republicans made use of a parliamentary maneuver to ram through major sections of their anti-union legislation, thousands stormed the Capitol last night, March 9, and hundreds remained overnight.
BY staff | Madison, WI | 3/09/11
As of 10:30 p.m., thousands of workers, students and community members have reoccupied the Wisconsin state capitol here, March 9.
BY staff | Madison, WI | 3/09/11
As of 9:00 p.m. this evening, March 9, the Wisconsin state capitol building is packed with protesters who are outraged by Republican moves to strip state workers of their collective bargaining rights.
BY staff | State Capitol | 3/09/11
This evening, March 9, Republican senators here pressed forward with legislation that strips public employees of their collective bargaining rights. Protestors are converging on state capitol building, where there is a heavy police presence.
BY staff | Madison | 3/07/11
Pro-union protesters confronted an Americans for Prosperity bus tour everywhere it stopped in Wisconsin last week.
BY staff | Wisconsin State Capitol | 3/07/11
The people of Wisconsin will not give up. The fight against Governor Scott Walker's plan to destroy public sector unions, public schools and social services is a daily theme in all parts of this state.
BY Chance Zombor | Pewaukee | 3/07/11
1500 demonstrators lined the street outside of Country Springs Hotel, March 7 to protest against Governor Scott Walker’s appearance with right-wing radio talk show host Charlie Sykes.
BY David Hungerford | Trenton, NJ | 3/03/11
About 6000 public workers turned up in a pouring rain here, Feb. 25 to stop New Jersey Governor Christopher Christie's campaign to strip their unions of collective bargaining rights. The main sponsors were the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) and Communications Workers of America (CWA).
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 3/03/11
Over 1500 students and workers walked out Mar. 2 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in protest of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's plan to destroy public sector unions and slash funding for public education.
BY staff | Columbus, OH | 3/02/11
Beginning at 10:00 a.m. March 2, over 25,000 laborers, firefighters, police, students, and community activists gathered around the State Capitol here to protest against Senate Bill 5, which eliminates collective bargaining rights for over 300,000 public sector workers. The "Rally to Save the Middle Class" had workers expressing their anger at Governor John Kasich's blatant attempt to bust unions.
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