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In a quick and stunning move by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, tens of thousands of public workers lost their collective bargaining rights when the Court held that the anti-union law passed this winter was lawful and could go forward. This comes as a huge victory for Gov. Scott Walker and could set a precedent for other Republican-controlled states.

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Deputy Assistant Attorney General Pamela Karlan

Reprinted with permission from AlterNet

The Arizona Senate is ditching its controversial measure to knock on doors and ask Arizona residents about their voting history. According to AZCentral, Senate President Karen Fann (R) on Friday penned a letter U.S. Department of Justice detailing the decision.

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