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Election to recall Wisconsin Gov. Walker goes down to the wire

by Félix Pérez/ photos by Staci Maiers All eyes are on Wisconsin, as voters are expected to go to the polls tomorrow in record numbers to determine the fate of Gov. Scott Walker. Walker, whose staunchly ideological and anti-worker rights agenda has convulsed the Badger State for the past year and led to the nation’s

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Romney slams Obama’s advocacy for worker rights, protections

by Félix Pérez Why don’t you tell us how you really feel? Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney didn’t mince words in his remarks about “right to work” laws, organized labor and President Barack Obama’s defense of the federal agency charged with enforcing labor law. Speaking at a campaign event May 11 in Charlotte, N.C., Romney said

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State News Roundup for April 21, 2012

  Florida – Dismal state budget shortchanges public schools FEA President Andy Ford issued this statement on the state budget signed Tuesday, April 17 by Gov. Rick Scott and its implication for public education: The state budget passed by the Florida Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick Scott is a dismal failure to provide for