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.

Collective Bargaining for Public Employees

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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…

Collective Bargaining for Public Employees

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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