In February 2011, Gov. Scott Walker "dropped the bomb" that was meant to cripple Wisconsin's public-sector unions. Act 10, which eliminated collective bargaining rights for most public worker unions, has taken a toll on Wisconsin's labor movement, but Madison Teachers Incorporated might be the exception.
Isthmus contributor Catherine Capellaro reports on how Madison Teachers Inc. is faring in the post-Act 10 era in the September 6 issue and discussed her story with WORT producer Dylan Brogan on the September 5 edition of In Our Backyard.
Listen to the interview.