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$10 Million Down the Drain in Arkansas

Organized Labor dumped around $10 million in hopes that Bill Halter would defeat incumbent Senator Blanche Lincoln. That didn’t work out as planned. Even worse, Lincoln won in part by campaigning against unions and the backing by unions and other left-wing groups like Moveon.org became a serious problem for Halter. That and the fact that he refused to take a position on the the Employee Free Choice Act, which made him look silly. By the way, do union members get a refund on that $10 million that just got flushed down the toilet?

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