MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Public workers covered under the Wisconsin State Attorneys Association would get a 1 percent raise under a collective bargaining agreement the state Assembly has approved.
The contract up for approval Tuesday was negotiated by Gov. Scott Walker’s administration and unions covering members of the Wisconsin State Attorneys Association.
The deal is for the current fiscal year only. The 1 percent negotiated raises are the same that other state employees received. No pay increases are proposed in Walker’s budget for the two-year period that begins in July.
The Assembly approved the contract unanimously Tuesday. The deal must also pass the Senate and be signed by Walker before taking effect.