The Wisconsin state Assembly has passed a right-to-work bill on a straight party-line vote.
The bill passed Friday on a 62-35 vote, with all Republicans in support and all Democrats against. The Senate passed it 17-15 Feb. 25 following eight hours of debate.
It now heads to Gov. Scott Walker, who has said he plans to sign it Monday.
Democrats hoped to convince 14 Republicans to join with them in rejecting the bill. Ultimately, all Republicans voted for it.
Debate went for 19 hours straight, ending shortly after 9 a.m. Friday, as both sides agreed it would.