This week's poll will be a bit more topical. The National Labor Relations Act of 1935 gave private-sector unions the privilege to collectively bargain with employers. In 1959, despite the warnings of the AFL-CIO's President George Meany along with past opposition from FDR, the state of Wisconsin granted the power to collectively bargain to state government employees. Now Gov. Walker of Wisconsin, faced with a large budget deficit, wants to curtail those bargaining privileges.
Do you feel your state's government employees should have the same privileges as:
1.) Federal Employees
2.) Private-sector Union Employees
3.) Private-sector Exempt (salaried) Employees
4.) Wisconsin Gov. Walker's proposal
5.) None of the above
Polls open up til 11:59.59 CST Sunday, March 13th. Results posted on Monday, March 14th.