While not directly affected, Joe Hansen and his Washington-based United Food and Commercial Workers International Union have felt the heat generated by the successful efforts to curtail collective bargaining rights of public union workers in such states as Wisconsin and Ohio. “It's really bad policy,” said Hansen, a former supermarket meat cutter in Wisconsin with two daughters who are public school teachers in the Milwaukee area. “They are taking money out of the ...

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