Wisconsin Labor History

Here is the first question:
On May 5, 1886, some 1,500 workers were marching toward the Bay View Rolling Mills on the shores
of Lake Michigan in Milwaukee, when the state militia fired into the crowd killing seven marchers.
The event was the most violent in Wisconsin labor history.
What was the cause for which the workers were marching?

A. The 8 hour work day.

Here's the second question:
In 1911, the Wisconsin legislature passed one of the nation's most important laws to protect workers.
It was the first of its type to be passed in the U.S.
What was the law?

A. Worker's compensation.