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In Wisconsin, union leaders hold out hope for November

by David Gura Jun 6, 2012
Despite Gov. Scott Walker's victory in the Wisconsin recall elections yesterday, union leaders are optimistic about their cause for the general elections in November.
The Real Economy

Wisconsin recall vote taps economic divide

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 5, 2012
Gov. Walker's success in weakening public employee unions inspires opposition -- and admiration.

The role of unions in building a strong middle class

by David Brancaccio Jun 4, 2012
Many Americans agree that the country's economy needs a stronger middle-class. But American voters seem divided on the role that unions play in providing that.

Wisconsin governor's recall unites public safety workers

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 4, 2012
When Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker changed his state's collective bargaining laws, it galvanized one unlikely group: police, firefighters and corrections officers.

Did the Arab Spring spark the 'Occupy' movement?

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 24, 2012
Middle East movement inspired Occupiers, but so did home-grown protests in Wisconsin.
News In Brief

MID-DAY UPDATE: China announces trade deficit, Eurozone debt crisis escalates

by Katharine Crnko Mar 10, 2011
A surprise from China today -- the country said it bought more goods from around the world than it sold. It's called a trade deficit. And China...
News In Brief

Wisconsin lawmakers agree on one thing

by Tess Vigeland Feb 21, 2011
And this final note. Lawmakers in Wisconsin continued their stalemate over budget cuts today. They're now in week two of protests over a plan to...

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Support for labor unions vs. support for big corporations

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 18, 2011
These final notes today. First of all, a follow-up to our item earlier this week about the guy in Philadelphia who's trying to foreclose on Wells...