….eliminating virtually all collective bargaining rights while making it harder for unions to collect dues and stay certified aren’t justified. And some parts of Walker’s budget repair plan — such as an increase in political appointees — seem to have little to do with saving money.
Walker is acting fast to get things done. But his high-speed budget violates the spirit of good government. If his proposal can’t survive a few weeks of scrutiny, then it doesn’t deserve to become law.