James Sherk

Fellow, Heritage Foundation

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Bradley Fellow in Labor Policy at the Heritage Foundation

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With a history of support for organized labor, Wisconsin was the first state with collective bargaining for public employees.  But now, after three years of upheaval, Republican…

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