How Unions are Being Given Free Rein to Use Public Employees

The Daily Caller cites Trey Kovac's report on how much public sector unions cost the federal government and tax payers.

In general the estimates of how much the policy costs have been hard to track. According to the Competitive Enterprise Institute, it has cost the federal government at least $1 billion between 1998 and 2013. The exact amount may be much higher, however, due to bad recordkeeping and a lack of transparency.