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It's official—the high court of Wisconsin has re-instated Scott Walker's union-busting "Budget Repair Bill" as the law of the land.
How can the pro-worker movement born in the streets of Madison be nurtured into a national force?
Actress Susan Sarandon joined protesters at the Wisconsin Capitol to speak out against Governor Walker and his anti-worker bill.
Union protesters in Wisconsin are shrewdly targeting M&I Bank, a top Walker campaign contributor.
With no help likely to come from Congress, Dorian Warren and Chris Hayes ask: what can Obama, his National Labor Relations Board appointees and Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis do to promote labor organizing?
John Nichols reports on the situation in Madison and the future of the 14 Senators who left the state to prevent Walker from forcing the bill through the legislature.
Scott Walker's budget is expected, among other things, to be a huge blow to the public education system in the state.
Inside the Wisconsin State Capitol, The Nation's John Nichols joins Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman to talk about the vote and what it means for protests throughout the country.
Morello has experienced first hand how the people of Wisconsin are taking the narrative back from right-wing politicians.
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