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In Wisconsin, Dues Go To Air Ads

In Wisconsin, unions are required to recertify every year under Act 10. If a union is not recertified, it means that the state is no longer required to collectively bargain with them.

Last year, about half of public school teachers unions affiliated with Wisconsin’s largest statewide association voted to recertify themselves for another year, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Kenosha Education Association clearly wants to maintain collective bargaining power, even though bargaining ability is extremely limited, so much so that it flew a plane over the city reminding teachers to vote for recertification. What a great use of union dues.