Government Unions Lead Way for More Taxes and Spending

The implementation and retention of its new state public-sector Right to Work law are critical for Wisconsin's efforts to furnish relief for taxpaying individuals and businesses and reinvigorate private-sector income growth. Credit: Rick McKee/Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle has documented a radical shift if lobbying expenses by government worker unions.  In fact, their lobbying expenditures now swamp the lobbying expenses of other unions.  Government unions, of course, are pushing for more government and higher taxes — even if it ends up hurting their “allies” in other unionized sections of the economy.  So much for “solidarity” among union workers.