The Right Wing, she said, has not learned from the backlash it received in Wisconsin and especially Ohio, where its law to strip public workers of all collective bargaining rights lost in a referendum last November, 61 percent to 39 percent.

Instead, it has come back to lawmakers with so-called "right to work" statutes, attacks on traditional defined benefit pensions, attempts to kill project labor agreements, and "paycheck protection" schemes designed to evict workers from politics. When that last idea failed in Michigan, she said the cabal went further, trying to ban deducting dues from unionized government workers' pay there, as well as in Utah and in Virginia.
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