Kraft: As for collective bargaining, parties don't seem to recall
An interesting story in Friday’s (July 29) Milwaukee-Journal Sentinel addresses the collective bargaining wrangling that caused so much conflict in Wisconsin earlier this year — but that, somewhat paradoxically, has failed to become a campaign issue (as our own Prof. Michael Kraft points out) in the resultant legislative recall elections. “Both parties have decided that (it) doesn’t have any traction,” Kraft told the newspaper. Instead, Democrats seem to be focusing on cuts to schools and tax breaks for businesses, with Republicans focusing on balancing the state budget and controlling taxes. Check out the full story.