Reporting from Madison, Wisconsin, Kirsten Adshead takes a close look at the Wisconsin law allowing for the recall of elected officials. The law's intent was to remove criminals from office, Adshead explains. But policy disagreements are the driving force behind today's effort to recall Gov. Scott Walker—specifically the collective bargaining limitations put on most public union employees under Act 10, which Walker pushed and the GOP-led Legislature passed.
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