Wisconsin unions threaten to boycott businesses that don't display their signs 

Union members have extended their fight in Wisconsin, threatening to boycott businesses who won't display signs in their windows showing solidarity. 

The Milwaukee Jounal-Senitinel reported  on the threatening letter, sent bymembers of the Wisconsin State Employees Union, AFSCME Council 24. According to the Sentinel, the letter reads, “It is unfortunate that you have chosen ‘not’ to support public workers rights in Wisconsin. In recent past weeks you have been offered a sign by a public employee who works in one of the state facilities in the Union Grove area. These signs simply said, ‘This Business Supports Workers Rights,’ a simple, subtle and we feel non-controversial statement gives the facts at this time.”

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