The first one is in Milwaukee on Monday, February 23 at Zeidler Union Square at 5 pm.
The other two are both in Madison on Tuesday, February 24 and Wednesday, February 25, at noon on the State Street side of the Capitol.
There is also this:
The Senate Committee on Labor and Government Reform will be holding a hearing Tuesday, February 24. Please join us at 9:00 a.m. to testify in opposition of Right to Work.Now is not the time to give up. Other states have beaten back this attack because they never surrendered and never gave up.
You can also CONTACT your legislators in opposition of Right to Work. The legislative hotline is: 1-800-362-9472
Sign the petition to stop Right to Work in Wisconsin.
Yes, we have been beaten down a helluva lot in the past four years and we will probably get beaten down several more times.
But it doesn't matter how many times we get beaten down. The only thing - the only thing - that matters is how many times we get back up.
And then there is this:
At a gathering Sunday of influential Wisconsin workers and political activists, a unanimous decision was made regarding how to respond to news that the Republican majority in the state legislature plans to ram through so-called “right to work” legislation this week.Are you ready to make a stand for your rights?
Wisconsin’s union and non-union workers have apparently had enough and today every person at the gathering voted in favor of calling for a general strike if the legislation is passed.
The attack on families by the legislature comes just a couple weeks after the release of the Wisconsin governor’s proposed biennial budget, which contains cuts of historic proportions to education, health care, state parks - even an attack on the University of Wisconsin where the governor proposed eliminating “the search for truth” from the University’s mission statement.
The AFL-CIO (which was not represented at the gathering) is sponsoring a rally at the state Capitol on Tuesday. Groups who were represented at today’s gathering plan to use that opportunity to call for the strike, which they are confident will be honored by a wide cross-section of private-sector and public-sector employees, union and non-union workers, and students.