Wisconsin Judge Reaffirms Collective Bargaining Law Restraining Order

Despite Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s efforts to defy the court’s order, Judge Maryann Sumi says her order is “crystal clear” that the law that severely limits Wisconsin public employees has not gone into effect yet as she is still reviewing it.

It seems that here are at least some within Wisconsin who do abide by state and federal law. Something Gov. Walker she at least look into. – 1330 WHBL Sheboygan’s News Radio reports this morning that:

Madison, Wis. (WHBL-Learfield) – A judge in Madison said it’s “crystal clear” that the state law to limit bargaining by public unions will not be in effect while she considers various legal issues. After a day of testimony, Judge Maryann Sumi re-affirmed her restraining order from March 18th, which blocked the union law before Republicans used a new maneuver to put it into effect.

Judge Blocks Collective Bargaining Law – 1330 WHBL Sheboygan’s News Radio.

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