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  •  - Protesters sit in the State Capitol, after taking it over, in Madison, Wisconsin

    Protesters sit in the State Capitol, after taking it over, in Madison, Wisconsin

    Posted: 3/10/2011 2:18:48 AM EST
    Protesters sit in the State Capitol, after taking it over, in Madison, Wisconsin March 9, 2011. Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in a case closely watched by Americans as a test of labor rights. In an 18-to-1 vote, the Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees Governor Scott Walker has insisted are needed for the state and local governments deal with projected budget gaps. REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
  •  - A sign is seen in the snow outside the state Capitol after a takeover by protesters in Madison, Wisconsin

    A sign is seen in the snow outside the state Capitol after a takeover by protesters in Madison, Wisconsin

    Posted: 3/10/2011 1:51:51 AM EST
    A sign is seen in the snow outside the state Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin after protesters have taken over after Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in an 18-to-1 vote March 9, 2011. The Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees Governor Scott Walker has insisted are needed for the state and local governments deal with projected budget gaps. REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A protester sleeps during a takeover of the state Capitol after Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in

    A protester sleeps during a takeover of the state Capitol after Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in

    Posted: 3/10/2011 1:48:32 AM EST
    A protester sleeps during a takeover of the state Capitol after Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in an 18-to-1 vote in Madison, Wisconsin March 9, 2011. The Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees Governor Scott Walker has insisted are needed for the state and local governments to deal with projected budget gaps. REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
  •  - Protesters take over the state Capitol after Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in an 18-to-1 vote in

    Protesters take over the state Capitol after Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in an 18-to-1 vote in

    Posted: 3/10/2011 1:44:40 AM EST
    Protesters take over the state Capitol after Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in an 18-to-1 vote in Madison, Wisconsin March 9, 2011. The Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees Governor Scott Walker has insisted are needed for the state and local governments to deal with projected budget gaps. REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Jo Oyama-Miller, wife of Democratic Senator Miller, holds the hand of Madison Mayor Cieslewicz after he spoke to protesters that have taken over the state Capitol in Madison

    Jo Oyama-Miller, wife of Democratic Senator Miller, holds the hand of Madison Mayor Cieslewicz after he spoke to protesters that have taken over the state Capitol in Madison

    Posted: 3/10/2011 12:47:58 AM EST
    Jo Oyama-Miller, (R) wife of Democratic Wisconsin State Senator Mark Miller, holds the hand of Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz after Cieslewicz spoke to protesters that have taken over the state Capitol, after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers, in Madison Wisconsin March 9, 2011. Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in a case closely watched by Americans as a test of labor rights. In an 18-to-1 vote, the Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees which Governor Scott Walker has insisted, are needed for the state and local governments to deal with projected budget gaps . REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A protester holds up a sign during a protest takeover of the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most

    A protester holds up a sign during a protest takeover of the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most

    Posted: 3/10/2011 12:03:22 AM EST
    A protester holds up a sign during a protest takeover of the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate,without Democrats present, abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers in Madison, Wisconsin March 9, 2011. Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in a case closely watched by Americans as a test of labor rights. In an 18-to-1 vote, the Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees which Governor Scott Walker has insisted, are needed for the state and local governments to deal with projected budget gaps . REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A protester carries a sign inside the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers in Madison

    A protester carries a sign inside the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers in Madison

    Posted: 3/9/2011 11:58:18 PM EST
    A protester carries a sign inside the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate, without Democrats present, abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers at the state Capitol in Madison Wisconsin March 9, 2011. Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in a case closely watched by Americans as a test of labor rights. In an 18-to-1 vote, the Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees which Governor Scott Walker has insisted, are needed for the state and local governments to deal with projected budget gaps . REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Policemen are seen beside a protest sign as protesters take over the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public

    Policemen are seen beside a protest sign as protesters take over the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public

    Posted: 3/9/2011 11:56:00 PM EST
    Policemen are seen beside a protest sign as protesters take over the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Senate,without Democrats present, abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers at the state Capitol in Madison Wisconsin March 9, 2011. Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in a case closely watched by Americans as a test of labor rights. In an 18-to-1 vote, the Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees which Governor Scott Walker has insisted, are needed for the state and local governments to deal with projected budget gaps . REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
  •  - Protesters take over the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers, in Madison

    Protesters take over the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers, in Madison

    Posted: 3/9/2011 11:52:10 PM EST
    Protesters take over the state Capitol after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate, without Democrats present, abruptly voted to eliminate almost all collective bargaining for most public workers, in Madison Wisconsin March 9, 2011. Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate on Wednesday side-stepped a boycott by opposition Democrats and approved curbs on union powers in a case closely watched by Americans as a test of labor rights. In an 18-to-1 vote, the Senate approved the restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees which Governor Scott Walker has insisted, are needed for the state and local governments to deal with projected budget gaps . REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - An employee of a state-run repair shop checks a pressure cooker in downtown

    An employee of a state-run repair shop checks a pressure cooker in downtown

    Posted: 6/12/2008 3:20:40 PM EST
    An employee of a state-run repair shop checks a pressure cooker in downtown Havana June 12, 2008. Cuba will begin paying its public employees based on productivity and good service, official newspaper Granma said on Wednesday, in another economic reform under President Raul Castro. REUTERS/Stringer (CUBA)
  •  - Passengers pay their bus fares as the driver observes in Havana

    Passengers pay their bus fares as the driver observes in Havana

    Posted: 6/12/2008 3:17:51 PM EST
    Passengers pay their bus fares as the driver observes in Havana June 12, 2008. Cuba will begin paying its public employees based on productivity and good service, official newspaper Granma said on Wednesday, in another economic reform under President Raul Castro. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA)