Should unions reimburse the non-union taxpayers for the tax money that will be spent to repair their damage?
State officials said Thursday that damage to the marble inside and out the State Capitol would cost an estimated $7.5 million.
Cari Anne Renlund, chief legal counsel for the state Department of Administration, said in Dane County court that estimates of damage to marble includes $6 million to repair damaged marble inside the Capitol, $1 million for damage outside and $500,000 for costs to supervise the damage.
- Paul Grass™Lv 710 years agoFavorite Answer
yes they should thank God it wont be union workers doing the repair, no telling what that would costSource(s): Paul Grass, PhD Verminology May God bless you ,the USA and may God keep us safe from the progressive axis of evil;0bama,Pelosi & Reid.
- SnuffboxLv 710 years ago
All unions? Well your idea only works for private unions. Public unions get their monies from tax payers. If they had another sources then yes. Perhaps some in the private sector would help the state clean up the mess.
- LawgirlLv 710 years ago
That number was made up. Marble that has been up for years and years doesn't get damaged by tape. They are taxpayers. Not only are union members taxpayers but many non union protesters were there.
- Anonymous10 years ago
No. The Governor should take full responsibility and pay for the mess. His actions were uncalled for.