Democrats and unions are hailing Tuesday’s vote to repeal an Ohio law curbing collective-bargaining protections as the sign of an invigorated movement that could boost Democrats next fall.
That is, if they’ve got enough fight left in them.
The campaign to overturn the Republican-approved union law cost unions and their supporters millions of dollars. It followed another costly campaign in Wisconsin to recall state Republicans behind that state’s anti-union law. And it precedes a new fight in Wisconsin to recall GOP Gov. Scott Walker.
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