The Wisconsin A-F-L C-I-O says Labor Day honors all working people, not just the one in ten who belong to unions. But the state’s labor coalition says the holiday traditionally recognizes the union movement’s fight for livable wages, safe workplaces, and a “fair economy.” Numerous Labor Day events are planned around the state including parades and festivals in Milwaukee, Janesville, Fond du Lac, Wausau. There’s also a “solidarity walk” and picnic in Eau Claire, a car show in Oshkosh, and a picnic and a ten block parade in La Crosse in which U-S Senate Democrat Tammy Baldwin will be the parade marshal. Madison, Racine, Kenosha, Wisconsin Rapids, Green Bay, and Neenah will also have Labor Day picnics — and forecasters say it will be partly cloudy in most of the state today (Monday), with isolated showers possible mainly in the afternoon.