Wisconsin's teachers union claims the state will lose quality teachers due to salary constraints.
Mary Bell, who heads the Wisconsin Education Association Council, says the Badger state has now slipped to 21st in the nation for teacher pay. She says that seriously hurts the ability of school districts to attract and retain quality staff.
Bell says it's "insulting" that Wisconsin has had a law for more than a decade that puts a cap on teacher pay. She's hopeful the next Legislature will listen to their calls to repeal the caps.