AFL-CIO's Neuenfeldt was a leader in fight against anti-union policies in Wisconsin
Wisconsin's labor movement has lost one of its key figures of the past three decades.
Phil Neuenfeldt, president emeritus of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO, died Sunday after a battle with cancer. Neuenfeldt, who was 67, retired from the AFL-CIO after 32 years this September during the organization's biennial convention.
"Phil Neuenfeldt embodied the vision and values of organized labor, and he will be tremendously missed," said Stephanie Bloomingdale, president of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO. "It...