New Wisconsin public employee law working out 'just fine'

Here is an in-depth analysis of the impact of the restrictions that Gov. Scott Walker and the Wisconsin legislature put on the bargaining process of local public employee unions.

James Ladwig recently took over the job of Racine County executive. He was sworn in last April, not long after Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed a controversial bill curtailing the bargaining rights of state and local workers. So with the new job, Ladwig got a new set of rules for governing his county.

For the most part, the new rules suit Ladwig just fine.

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  • What is your take on the ongoing corruption investigation of close aides of Scott Walker? I have heard that indictments are imminent.

  • I haven't heard. But I'll wait for the indictments.

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