Oklahoma no longer O.K. with public-sector collective bargaining 

The Sooner State is about to repeal the law that forces municipalities to bargain with public-sector unions. The repeal bill has passed both houses of the state legislature and now goes to Gov. Mary Fallin, R, who is expected to sign.

The reaction:

"We thought Oklahoma could rise above the stuff that happened in Wisconsin," James Curry, president of the Oklahoma AFL-CIO, said of the Senate vote. "We've been on the defensive for several different bills."

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