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School leaders credit Act 10 for budget flexibility

8:52 PM, Sep. 23, 2013
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School administrators in Marshfield are adamant the tools included in Act 10 have had a profound effect on their ability to control costs.

Since the law curtailing most collective bargaining rights for public employees took effect in 2011, the amount the district spends on salaries and health insurance benefits has declined drastically.

"These tools we have been given have been quite effective for us being able to curtail and control the costs," said Pat Saucerman, business director for the Marshfield School District. "I don't want to give Act 10 too much credit, but I do believe it's had a ...

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