Back Pension Cuts for the City Workers.

Back Pension Cuts for the City Workers.

California City : CA : USA | Jun 06, 2012 at 9:05 AM PDT
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Wisconsin residents had voted on Tuesday. Not only to recall Government. Scott Walker has become an enemy of labour unions nationwide.

On the otherside, two California cities dealt blows of their own to organized labour.

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