Why Public Sectors Unions Will Go The Way Of Private Sector Unions

February 25, 2011

On Forbes.com today, Thomas Cooley and Lee Ohanian write, “The backlash against public sector unions being played out in Wisconsin, Virginia and elsewhere was a long time coming. Now that it is here, it will likely remain front and center among the taxpayers who are on the hook for enormous unfunded union pension and retirement health care liabilities, and who are now becoming aware of the broader and very significant costs of hiring out government services to unions that face little or no competition.”

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National Journal Includes Woolson in Top 10 Political Operatives in Iowa

February 4, 2011

In today’s National Journal Hotline: “No presidential campaign amounts to anything without a top-notch staff and a cadre of key activists and volunteers. Candidates are already courting potential aides and supporters in hopes of building those connections, a process that’s a key part of the Invisible Primary. Throughout the campaign, National Journal’s Hotline will keep track of prominent activists and superstar staffers, charting which candidates they decide to back.”

To see the Top 10 List in Iowa and New Hampshire, click here.