Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker won re-election against Democratic challenger Mary Burke in a race labor unions were keenly interested in.
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Back in 2011, Walker and the Republican-controlled state legislature passed a state law, known as Act 10, which significantly changed the collective bargaining process for most public employees within the state.
The law prohibited collective bargaining on anything beyond raises tied to inflation, and eliminated automatic union dues deductions from worker’s paychecks while also requiring them to contribute more to their health insurance and pensions.