Ill. Union to Picket Over Quinn Canceling Raises
State workers plan to picket at government buildings across Illinois to protest Gov. Pat Quinn's attempt to cancel their raises.
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees says it will hold informational pickets at more than 75 places Tuesday.
Quinn said recently that he's canceling raises for nearly 30,000 employees, even though they're required by contract. He says lawmakers didn't give him enough money to increase pay and still keep state agencies running.
The union is suing and taking the issue to an arbitrator.
The union accuses Quinn of breaking his word. Workers struck a deal with him last year to delay raises but not cancel them.