Democrats are lining up on the union-busting side, while Republicans (and Tea Partiers) are choosing the latter.
Protests over the bill have grabbed headlines nationwide this morning, with several noteworthy incidents taking place: Democratic state senators have fled to an undisclosed location to prevent a vote on the bill; protesters (many of them students) have taken over the capitol building in Madison; and President Obama has weighed in siding with the protesters.
As you probably imagined, social media has played a major part in fueling the protests. (Just search Wisconsin on Twitter, and you’ll see what I mean.) Here are just three ways social media has helped spark and drive the upheaval in the land of cheese: