A vote in New Hampshire will decide whether the Granite State becomes the 23rd state to forbid unions from charging non-members a share of collective bargaining costs.The Republican-dominated legislature there has already passed a so-called right-to-work bill, which was quickly vetoed by Democratic
Wisconsin's Republican Gov. Scott Walker struck a nerve back in February with his bill to eliminate nearly all the collective bargaining rights of almost all public employees in the state.Tens of thousands of people marched, chanted and protested for weeks.
This is the latest in a series on Iceland by Planet Money correspondent David Kestenbaum and Planet Money's Icelandic intern, Baldur Hedinsson. Here's more from their trip to Iceland.This was supposed to be the beginning of what passes for spring in Iceland.