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Wisconsin / Budget Battle / Unions #993232

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 10, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The vote in Wisconsin to strip collective bargaining rights from public workers noted; photos shown.

(Madison: John Yang) The uproar in Wisconsin featured; scenes shown of protestors being dragged from the capitol in Madison; details given about the maneuver by Republicans, who separated the collective bargaining measure from the bill’s spending provisions. [Governor Scott WALKER – says it’s about giving government the reforms to make government work better.] [State senator Jon ERPENBACH†- says the opinion is on our side.] [Protestor Jenny OHLSEN†- reacts.]

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John

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