Collective Bargaining Photos on Townhall

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    Posted: 8/9/2011 9:55:46 PM EST
    In this Aug. 1, 2011 photo, Brian Reilly, a worker at the schoolhouse where the modern Republican Party was founded in Ripon, Wis., talks about why he will support the Democratic candidate in one of six state Senate recall elections. Reilly said he's previously voted for Republican incumbent Sen. Luther Olsen, who ran twice unopposed, but was disgusted with how Republicans in control of the Senate pushed through Gov. Scott Walker's bill taking away most public employees' collective bargaining rights earlier this year. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer)
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    Posted: 8/5/2011 4:40:48 PM EST
    NFL Comissioner Roger Goodell, signs as NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith watches at the signing of their collective bargaining agreement at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, Friday, Aug. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Phil Long)
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    Posted: 8/5/2011 4:40:48 PM EST
    NFL Comissioner Roger Goodell, left, and NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith, second from left, shake hands with fans after signing their collective bargaining agreement at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, Friday, Aug. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Phil Long)
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    Posted: 8/5/2011 4:40:48 PM EST
    NFL Comissioner Roger Goodell, left, makes a point with NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith, while signing their collective bargaining agreement at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, Friday, Aug. 5, 2011. (AP/Phil Long)
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    Posted: 8/5/2011 4:40:48 PM EST
    NFL Comissioner Roger Goodell, left, and NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith, shake hands after signing their collective bargaining agreement at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, Friday, Aug. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Phil Long)
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    Posted: 8/5/2011 4:40:47 PM EST
    NFL Comissioner Roger Goodell, left, and NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith, congratulate each other after signing their collective bargaining agreement at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, Friday, Aug. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Phil Long)
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    Posted: 8/5/2011 10:00:50 AM EST
    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb, left, puts his new helmet on after the players union ratified the new collective bargaining agreement and free agents were allowed to participate in NFL football training camp, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, in Mankato, Minn. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
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    Posted: 8/4/2011 9:20:48 PM EST
    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb throws a pass after the players union ratified the new collective bargaining agreement and free agents were allowed to participate in NFL football training camp, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, in Mankato, Minn. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
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    Posted: 8/4/2011 9:20:48 PM EST
    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb, left, celebrates with quarterbacks coach Craig Johnson after news that the collective bargaining agreement was ratified by players and free agents were allowed to participate in practice, during the NFL football team's practice Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, in Mankato, Minn. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
  •  - Panthers owner Richardson speaks to the media as NFL Commissioner Goodell listens during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in Atlanta

    Panthers owner Richardson speaks to the media as NFL Commissioner Goodell listens during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in Atlanta

    Posted: 7/21/2011 8:52:01 PM EST
    Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson (R) speaks to the media as National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell listens during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta, Georgia July 21, 2011. NFL owners voted on Thursday to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with players, paving the way for an end to a lockout that has left America's most popular sport in limbo. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - Giants owner Mara, flanked by Panthers owner Richardson, speaks during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in Atlanta

    Giants owner Mara, flanked by Panthers owner Richardson, speaks during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in Atlanta

    Posted: 7/21/2011 8:47:16 PM EST
    New York Giants owner John Mara, flanked by Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, speaks during a news conference after the National Football League (NFL) owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta, Georgia July 21, 2011. NFL owners voted on Thursday to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with players, paving the way for an end to a lockout that has left America's most popular sport in limbo. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - Steelers owner Rooney, flanked by Panthers owner Richardson and NFL lead counsel Pash, speaks during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta

    Steelers owner Rooney, flanked by Panthers owner Richardson and NFL lead counsel Pash, speaks during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta

    Posted: 7/21/2011 8:44:34 PM EST
    Pittsburg Steelers owner Dan Rooney, flanked by Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson (R) and National Football League lead counsel Jeff Pash, speaks during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta, Georgia July 21, 2011. NFL owners voted on Thursday to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with players, paving the way for an end to a lockout that has left America's most popular sport in limbo. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - NFL lead counsel Pash, flanked  by NFL Commissioner Goodell and Panthers owner Richardson, speaks during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in Atlanta

    NFL lead counsel Pash, flanked by NFL Commissioner Goodell and Panthers owner Richardson, speaks during a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in Atlanta

    Posted: 7/21/2011 8:34:06 PM EST
    NFL lead counsel Jeff Pash, flanked by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (R) and Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, speaks during a news conference after the National Football League (NFL) owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta, Georgia July 21, 2011. NFL owners voted on Thursday to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with players, paving the way for an end to a lockout that has left America's most popular sport in limbo. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - Kansas City Chiefs owner Hunt leaves a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta

    Kansas City Chiefs owner Hunt leaves a news conference after the NFL owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta

    Posted: 7/21/2011 8:22:36 PM EST
    Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt leaves a news conference after the National Football League (NFL) owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta, Georgia July 21, 2011. NFL owners voted on Thursday to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with players, paving the way for an end to a lockout that has left America's most popular sport in limbo. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - NFL Commissioner Goodell, flanked by Carolina Panthers owner Richardson, speaks to the media after an owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta

    NFL Commissioner Goodell, flanked by Carolina Panthers owner Richardson, speaks to the media after an owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta

    Posted: 7/21/2011 8:15:24 PM EST
    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (R), flanked by Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, speaks to the media after an owners meeting in College Park in Atlanta, Georgia July 21, 2011. NFL owners voted on Thursday to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with players, paving the way for an end to a lockout that has left America's most popular sport in limbo. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones takes a break during an NFL owners meeting in College Park

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones takes a break during an NFL owners meeting in College Park

    Posted: 7/21/2011 3:09:19 PM EST
    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (R) takes a break during an NFL owners meeting, held in College Park, Georgia July 21, 2011. National Football League (NFL) players and owners were preparing to review a proposed collective bargaining agreement on Wednesday that could lead to the end of a fourth-month-old work stoppage, according to a report on the league's website. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - New York Jets owner Woody Johnson arrives for an NFL owners meeting, held in College Park, Georgia

    New York Jets owner Woody Johnson arrives for an NFL owners meeting, held in College Park, Georgia

    Posted: 7/21/2011 2:46:50 PM EST
    New York Jets owner Woody Johnson arrives for an NFL owners meeting, held in College Park, Georgia July 21, 2011. National Football League (NFL) players and owners were preparing to review a proposed collective bargaining agreement on Wednesday that could lead to the end of a fourth-month-old work stoppage, according to a report on the league's website. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell breaks from a league owners meeting

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell breaks from a league owners meeting

    Posted: 7/21/2011 2:44:38 PM EST
    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (C) breaks from a league owners meeting, held in College Park, Georgia July 21, 2011. National Football League (NFL) players and owners were preparing to review a proposed collective bargaining agreement on Wednesday that could lead to the end of a fourth-month-old work stoppage, according to a report on the league's website. REUTERS/John Amis (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - Mawae departs after a day of player representative meetings at the National Football League Players Association headquarters in Washington

    Mawae departs after a day of player representative meetings at the National Football League Players Association headquarters in Washington

    Posted: 7/20/2011 7:30:06 PM EST
    NFL Players Association president Kevin Mawae departs after a day of player representative meetings at the National Football League Players Association headquarters in Washington July 20, 2011. NFL players and owners were reviewing a proposed collective bargaining agreement on Wednesday with a vote by the players possible later in the day as the two sides work toward ending a work stoppage that has exceeded four months. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
  •  - Mawae walks out as he departs after a day of player representative meetings at the National Football League Players Association headquarters in Washington

    Mawae walks out as he departs after a day of player representative meetings at the National Football League Players Association headquarters in Washington

    Posted: 7/20/2011 7:29:12 PM EST
    NFL Players Association president Kevin Mawae (2nd R) walks out as he departs after a day of player representative meetings at the National Football League Players Association headquarters in Washington, July 20, 2011. NFL players and owners were reviewing a proposed collective bargaining agreement on Wednesday with a vote by the players possible later in the day as the two sides work toward ending a work stoppage that has exceeded four months. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)


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