JS Online Source: (Transcript from "As Goes Janesville")
Hendricks: ...Any chance we'll ever get to be a completely red state and work on these unions ...and become a right-to-work (state)? What can we do to help you?
Walker: Oh yeah.
Roughly four years and millions of dollars later, Gov. Scott Walker plans to turn Wisconsin into a so-called Right-To-Work state when he signs the bill on Monday at Badger Meter in Brown Deer, a Milwaukee-area company who spoke out in favor of the measure last week.
WCM COOP - Remembering March 9, 2011