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Walker: Eliminating Collective Bargaining Will Cut Costs

Gov. Scott Walker’s office released a statement today, explaining one reason banning most collective bargaining is so vital to the state’s future fiscal well-being:

Many school districts participate in a union run insurance plan because the teacher’s union bargains to get districts across the state to participate. Union leadership benefits from members participating. If school districts enrolled in the state employee health plan, it would save school districts up to $68 million per year.

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