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Scott Walker is at it again

With fast food workers on the march nationwide, deep-pocketed corporate interests have quietly turned to state lawmakers for help.

The quiet push uses low-profile legislation to shore up a liability firewall that has made it hard for workers in some industries to pursue their labor rights fully since the mid-1980s. Last month, buried in a stack of 59 different laws, Gov. Scott Walker (R) signed a bill that made Wisconsin the latest state to join the party.

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