Rally against right-to-work bill in Wisconsin
Ahead of public hearings being held on Monday, thousands of protesters in Madison, Wisconsin are urging lawmakers to strike down a right-to-work bill.
The state senate already passed the bill, which would ban private sector workers from being required to join a union or pay dues.
Supporters say it could help attract more jobs to Wisconsin.
Union leaders say it will lower wages and decrease workplace safety.
Protest organizers are urging union members to return to Madison on Monday to speak at a public hearing against right-to-work.
If it passes Wisconsin would join 24 other states, including Indiana and Michigan, with right-to-work laws.
Republican governor and possible presidential contender, Scott Walker, says he supports the bill.