This video is called Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin protesters fights for their rights at the State Capitol.
From the USA: William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: “Governor Walker of Wisconsin got up on his hind legs on Monday and blasted public-sector unions for being wasteful. He made it very clear that he intends to continue his push to abolish collective bargaining in his state, which basically means he intends to abolish unions in his state. The polls are not with him, the people are not with him, and a number of Republicans in the legislature look to be going soft on the whole deal, but don’t tell Walker that. He thinks he’s going to get his way on this, so he can be the big conservative hero, the one who abolished unions, thus setting a trend to be followed in more than a dozen other states”: here.
Lee Fang, ThinkProgress: “As ThinkProgress has reported, the global conglomerate Koch Industries not only helped elect Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI), but is the leading force orchestrating his union-busting campaign. Koch gave Walker over $43,000 in direct donations and its allies aired millions of dollars worth of attack ads against his Democratic opponent. Then, Koch political operatives pressured Walker to crush labor unions as one of his first priorities”: here.
Ohio: Today was a historic day in Columbus. Today was the first time in my lifetime in which average citizens were denied access to go inside the Statehouse while the legislature was in session. It was done on the flimsiest of excuses (more on that later): here.