The push to recall Governor Walker includes a host of criticisms about his policies, even though the initial effort was sparked by his labor changes. As Democrats prepare to use those policies in an effort to remove Walker from office, the state’s Libertarian Party finds its members have a mixed take on the issue.
Will Losch, Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Wisconsin, says some of their leadership agrees with Walker’s collective bargaining cuts while other Libertarians thought he went “too far.”
Losch says most do agree though with the new provision that public employees can opt-out of organized labor. “People don’t have a right to have their pay docked and sent to a union without their permission,” says Losch.
AUDIO: Brian Moon reports (1:03)