Wisconsin governor Scott Walker has been insisting that despite his disappointing poll numbers, he is still a viable presidential candidate. Now he is trying to reignite his campaign with a bold proposal.
According to the Associate Press, Walker “called Monday for sweeping restrictions on organized labor in the U.S., seeking to replicate nationwide his successful effort as Wisconsin’s governor to curb the power of unions.”
Some of the specific proposals include making all states right-to-work state by default, unless they choose otherwise, and to eliminate unions for employees of the federal government. It remains to be seen if this proposal is enough to spark renewed interest in his candidacy.
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