Wisconsin lawmakers on Friday detailed a plan to call an Extraordinary Legislative Session next week to pass a right-to-work bill.
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The policy, which has passed in 24 states, outlaws forced unionization as a condition of employment. Specifically, it means workers cannot be required to pay union dues or become a member in order to have a job. Advocates argue it should be the worker’s choice to join a union, while opponents claim right-to-work hurts workers because it allows employers to take too much advantage.

“We’re putting the finishing touches on the bill,” Republican Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald declared to reporters during a press conference.