Minnesota in many ways is comparable with Wisconsin in terms of size, population, climate, demographics and industry mix. In other ways it differs: Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has not busted government worker unions the way Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has.

Guess which state is prospering and which state is struggling? Yup, Minnesota is outperforming Wisconsin in job creation and in economic growth, and now it's doing something constructive with its government worker unions.
On May 9, Governor Mark Dayton signed legislation establishing a Public Employee Relations Board. It was one of the most significant amendments to the state Public Employment Labor Relations Act since its adoption in the early 1970s.
Minnesota streamlines collective bargaining process for public sector workers |Teamster Nation