Madison schools are closed today after teachers called in sick
Schools in Madison are closed today, after 40-percent of teachers' union members called in sick by late last night.
They're protesting Governor Scott Walker's proposed cutbacks for public unions. Madison Teachers Incorporated has 26-hundred members, and director John Matthews is urging them to attend a State Capitol rally planned for today to oppose the cutbacks. He said his group only has one day to make a difference.