Three years after its initial introduction sent hundreds of thousands to storm the Wisconsin State Capitol, Act 10, which effectively ends collective bargaining for Wisconsin public employees, became the law of the land. Last Thursday’s 5-2 Wisconsin Supreme Court Decision upholding the law came as a disappointment to public employee unions, but certainly not a surprise. What happens next, though, is a much more open question. Will public employee unions survive? Will they adapt to the new law and find new ways of organizing, or will they essentially disappear in the years to come? Brian Standing spoke with AFSCME Council 40 Kettle Moraine district representative Neil Rainford.