Actually, this will make AFSCME Wisconsin Chief Hack Marty Beil's head spin like Linda Blairs in "The Exorcist." Just this introduction paragraph alone will have him spitting blood, which is probably why I enjoyed it soooooo much:
Congratulations! If you are a Wisconsin public employee chances are that you are part of an historic event promoting employee freedom. This historic event is the passage of “Act 10.” Act 10 frees most public employees from being forced to join or financially support a labor union. You may have heard about litigation challenging the constitutionality of Act 10. The provisions of Act 10 repealing compulsory union fees have been upheld by the courts, although the battle for freedom continues. Act 10 has some exceptions and will be phased in over time. Act 10 does not apply to collective bargaining agreements entered into on or before June 29, 2011. The exceptions, involving some public safety and transit employees, are explained below.