Scott Walker's victory in Wisconsin should embolden Gov. Andrew Cuomo to push harder for reform of public-sector collective bargaining rules in New York State -- starting with repeal of the Triborough Amendment, which locks in place automatic pay increases for government union workers even after their contracts expire. That's the point of my column in Newsday today.
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