Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Admits That Collective Bargaining Law Doesn’t Save Money

“Like a dog going at a bone, U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, didn’t stop until he got the answer he was looking for from Gov. Scott Walker during the governor’s testimony Thursday before the House Oversight and Goverment Reform Committee.


“How much money does it save Gov. Walker?” Kucinich demanded.  “Just answer the question.”

“It doesn’t save any,” Walker said.

“That’s right. It obviously had no effect on the state budget,” Kucinich replied.

Kucinich said it was clear the attack on collective bargaining rights was a choice and not a fiscal issue. “It’s a political issue,” he said.

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