With an eye to this November’s
elections, Paul Spink—like many union leaders in Wisconsin—plans to do his utmost this year to salvage what’s left of
democracy in his state. Spink, president of
the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, in
Wisconsin, says it’s vital to reelect the state’s Democratic governor, Tony
Evers, to preserve some semblance of majority rule in Wisconsin and to keep
some check on what he sees as a runaway Republican legislature that is...
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