After Walker victory, Indiana governor suggests public unions should go. Is it time for public unions to go?
On the heels of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's history-making recall
victory, the governor of nearby Indiana with his own record of
curtailing union benefits suggested public-sector unions are past their
prime and should be abolished.
"I think, really, government works better without them," Indiana Gov.
Mitch Daniels told "Fox News Sunday," when asked whether public-worker
unions should even exist.
Daniels had cracked down on collective bargaining for state workers
as soon as he took office in 2005, six years before Walker and his GOP
allies in the state legislature started down the same path....
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