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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The latest version of Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to take away public employees’ collective bargaining rights would be largely the same as what the Legislature passed in March, except local transit workers would be added to those who are exempt.

The Assembly is expected to vote on the new version this week as part of the state budget. A draft of it was released Monday. The Republican-controlled Legislature plans to add the collective bargaining changes to the budget since the law passed earlier this year is tied up in the courts and the Supreme Court has yet to rule in the case.

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