Under Walker's immediate plan, all collective bargaining rights would be removed for state and local public employees starting July 1, except when it comes to wages. But any salary increase they seek could be no more than the consumer price index, unless voters in the jurisdiction affected approved a higher raise.
Contracts would be limited to one year and wages would be frozen until the next contract is settled. Public employers would be prohibited from collecting union dues and members of collective bargaining units would not be required to pay dues.
Local law enforcement and fire employees, as well as state troopers and inspectors would be exempt.
...The ban on public employees striking would remain, Walker said.
Collective bargaining rights would only extend to wages, and that would be limited to the consumer price index. I would note that public sector already receive less total compensation than private sector employees with equivalent education and responsibility - limiting raises to the consumer price index would further increase this gap each year.