Wisconsin unions: The movie [VIDEO OF THE DAY]
A Wisconsin public employee makes his case.
We've seen a lot of news coverage out of Madison these past few weeks, but this is different. It's calm.
Filmmaker Paul Iannacchino stood back from the craziness that's engulfed the Capitol, put his camera on a tripod, and asked people protesting Gov. Scott Walker's union-busting bill to relax and talk about themselves, their motivations, their hopes and their fears.
Here's what he got:
Lest you think Iannacchino's a crazed radical, check out his latest collaboration with Coca Cola. It's called "The Happiness Machine," shot on location in Rio de Janiero:
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