The unstated downside of this bill is that it has the great potential to bankrupt unions which is precisely what management wants in order to flatline wages that are already stagnant among the middle class; increase their bottom line and limit ours. As a member of a union, I can say from first hand experience that although I enjoy certain "privileges" (rather than inherent rights as they should be, and are in other developed nations) such as healthcare, and something of a pension and 401K (although not employee matched). And in as much as I am grateful for these things, I have also seen the power that management holds over union negotiations and how year after year union organizers are forced to give away benefits to their membership rather than grow them. If the unions do go bust as a result of this bill, the middle class will continue to disappear and the division of wealth in this country will widen even more. Union protection offered Americans the chance at upward mobility; workers rights protection and a voice that stood behind the working man and woman. Let's not follow in Scott Walker's and Wisconsin's footsteps.