Scott Walker's plan to strip public sector unions of most collective bargaining rights is all but a done deal, as the Wisconsin Assembly approved the measure as expected today. It now goes to Walker's desk for a quick signature into law, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Not that opponents surrendered quietly. Hundreds clogged the Capitol building in Madison, and police had to drag away protesters so lawmakers could enter. The AWOL Democrats, meanwhile, remain in Illinois. Click for previous stories.