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Labor v. Tea Party Rally

February 22, 2011 – BOSTON–Massachusetts labor groups rally in front of the State House in support of Wisconsin laborers. Tea Party members counter-rally. The tension is over a national debate about public workers’ rights spurred by Wisconsin Gov. Walker as he’s proposed to eliminate collective bargaining, the method which employees negotiate with employers.

February 22, 2011 – BOSTON–Massachusetts labor groups rally in front of the State House in support of Wisconsin laborers. Tea Party members counter-rally. The tension is over a national debate about public workers’ rights spurred by Wisconsin Gov. Walker as he’s proposed to eliminate collective bargaining, the method which employees negotiate with employers.

February 22, 2011 – BOSTON–Massachusetts labor groups rally in front of the State House in support of Wisconsin laborers. Tea Party members counter-rally. The tension is over a national debate about public workers’ rights spurred by Wisconsin Gov. Walker as he’s proposed to eliminate collective bargaining, the method which employees negotiate with employers.

February 22, 2011 – BOSTON–Massachusetts labor groups rally in front of the State House in support of Wisconsin laborers. Tea Party members counter-rally. The tension is over a national debate about public workers’ rights spurred by Wisconsin Gov. Walker as he’s proposed to eliminate collective bargaining, the method which employees negotiate with employers.

February 22, 2011 – BOSTON–Massachusetts labor groups rally in front of the State House in support of Wisconsin laborers. Tea Party members counter-rally. The tension is over a national debate about public workers’ rights spurred by Wisconsin Gov. Walker as he’s proposed to eliminate collective bargaining, the method which employees negotiate with employers.

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