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From GoLocalProv.com by Stephen Beale, GoLocalProv News Editor:
A plan to strip Wisconsin public workers of their collective bargaining rights has ignited a national controversy and drawn thousands of protestors to the state capital.
Some state reps say it’s just what Rhode Island needs—minus, perhaps, all those protests. “I would try it in a heartbeat. Absolutely. No two ways about it,” said Doreen Costa, a freshman Republican rep from Exeter.