During his recent trip to Wisconsin, Daniel DiSalvo sat down to discuss his new report, Dues and Deep Pockets: Public-Sector Unions' Money Machine, with David Haynes of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for a special segment of "Fourth and State." He outlines the source of public-sector labor unions' unchecked political power and how this provides unions with an unfair edge over other interest groups. Watch the interview below.
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- Trends and tea leaves in the BLS' annual unionization report
- More on state and local government lobbying
- Good grief! State and local governments spend over $80 million annually on Federal lobbying
- Do unions give members their money's worth?
- Government unions may be big losers in Michigan
- Public sector unions and the fiscal cliff
- Michigan introduces right-to-work legislation
- NJ tells towns, school districts to start sharing costs
- The lay of the our partisan land
- Round-up: Labor and the 2012 elections
- Voting on the right to privatize
- State tax collections slowing again
- What explains California's wimpy business leaders?
- Tough nerd gets no love