Wisconsin Union Dispute: What is a Government Employee Union

For those unfamiliar with unions, below is a transcript of an interview conducted by National Public Radio (NPR) with Joseph Slater, law professor at the University of Toledo. The interview discusses what a government employee union is, and how it relates to the dispute in Wisconsin.

NPR Transcript

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