A Hollow Victory for Public Employee Unions

by News on November 9, 2011

in State and Local

By John Fund/Fox News

Public employee unions can be largely satisfied with their massive investment in Tuesday’s elections.

In Ohio, unions won a 61% victory in a referendum shooting down Governor John Kasich’s reform of collective bargaining rights, capitalizing on the governor’s inept campaign and enthusiastic turnout by union members.

In Michigan, teacher unions narrowly recalled Paul Scott, the GOP chairman of the state House Education Committee, punishing him for his votes to change teacher tenure rules.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/11/09/hollow

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