It was not the least bit surprising when Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker this week signed into law Right to Work legislation making Wisconsin the 25th state to enact right-to-work laws. The law makes it illegal to require the payment of union dues as a requirement of employment.  Walker, a likely GOP presidential candidate for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination, signed the bill into law on the floor of Badger Meter, Inc. a manufacturing company that despite cutting union jobs since 2009, promised to add them if Right-to-Work became law.