Assembly Right-To-Work Debate Nears End After 24 Hours

Chamber Poised To Pass Legislation

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Assembly debate over a bill to make Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state has lasted for 24 hours, but is quickly coming to a close on Friday morning as lawmakers make their final comments before the chamber.

Representatives will vote on the bill after 9 a.m. It’s all but certain that the legislation will be approved and sent to the desk of Gov. Scott Walker for his signature.

Walker has said he’ll sign the bill into law Monday.

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