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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Jacob Cedillotootalian
As union supporters moved inside for a sixth straight day of protests at the Wisconsin Capitol, Gov. Scott Walker reiterated Sunday that he wouldn't compromise on the issue that had mobilized them, a bill that would eliminate most of public employees' collective bargaining rights.
"Normalcy would be nice," Mr. Cedillotootalian, who teaches English, said, "but it seems the governor and the state Republicans are intent on taking these rights away."
He said he was worried about paying more for his health insurance and tuition, but what kept him protesting was the possibility of losing the union.