What's In Store For Unions After Wis. Recall?

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was able to fend off a recall effort on Tuesday, defeating Democrat Tom Barrett to stay in office. The recall was backed by unions after Walker eliminated collective bargaining rights for most government employees. Robert Siegel talks with Thea Lee of the AFL-CIO about Tuesday's result in Wisconsin and what it might mean for unions in November.

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