Everyone knows there is about to be a knock down, drag out battle this November as the effort by public sector unions to repeal Senate Bill 5 and its reforms reach a fever pitch. Its hard to know exactly what will happen, at present polling numbers in favor of the reforms are not looking good. However, that's why we have campaigns. As the public learns more about the reforms to collective bargaining contained in SB 5, those initial numbers are sure to change. Especially as people realize how much taxes and their general welfare will be impacted by a failure to reign in the cost of government.
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What has turned into a nationwide battle over collective bargaining reform blew up in a big way on the streets of
With a change of three seats, power in the state Senate would have shifted and the future of the reforms would have been cast into doubt. Yet, despite the major media coverage and a lot of outside money pouring into these highly unusual races, those that backed reform won 4 of 6 races and turned back the immediate challenge of those representing the status quo.
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