In arguing the changes would be modest, Walker cited the civil service system and said “collective bargaining is fully intact.” However, Walker himself has outlined how his budget-repair bill would limit the collective bargaining rights of public employees.
Indeed, it’s that provision that provoked daily demonstrations at the state Capitol and national media attention. To now say now say collective bargaining would remain “fully intact” is not just false, it’s ridiculously false.
And that means it is Pants on Fire
Via PolitiFact Wisconsin.