Wednesday, March 14, 2012


A recap of savings in Wisconsin as a result of Governor Walker and Act 10.
Commentary Contentions John Steele Gordon -- 3/13/2012

For the first time in decades, school administrations are now actually able to administer their districts without union interference, and the savings have been huge. The MacIver Institute, a Wisconsin think tank, reports that of the 108 school districts that completed contracts with employees, 74 of them, with 319,000 students, have reported savings of no less than $162 million. If this is extrapolated out to all districts, it would amount to savings of nearly $448 million.

The biggest area of savings have been in health insurance.

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