Breaking: Judge temporarily blocks Wisconsin union law

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    Judge temporarily blocks Wisconsin union law


    MADISON, Wisconsin — A judge has issued a temporary restraining order blocking Wisconsin's new and contentious collective bargaining law from taking effect.

    Ozanne filed a lawsuit contending that a legislative committee that broke a stalemate that had kept the law in limbo for weeks met without the 24-hour notice required by the Midwestern state's open meetings law.
    The Republican-controlled Legislature passed the measure and Gov. Scott Walker signed it last week.



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    Do the Obama.... IGNORE it.
     
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    i presumed this was going to happen when they passed the measure in the manner that they did...
     
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    Under what jurisdiction is this judge acting?
     
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    In the court of self-interest and moral bankruptcy!
     
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    What is the judge's justification for this order?
     
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    Yep, should've paid attention to the rules. Although one part of me says everyone had several weeks notice.
     
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    Dane County Judge Maryann Sumi issued the order, which was requested by that county's District Attorney Ismael Ozanne, a Democrat. Ozanne filed a lawsuit contending that a legislative committee that broke a stalemate that had kept the law in limbo for weeks met without the 24-hour notice required by Wisconsin's open meetings law.

    Judge temporarily blocks Wis. union law - Politics - msnbc.com

    What position did the Judge take on the Democrats running away???? Seems like a Partisan Hack and a Hypocrite.
     
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    So, you have no answer...Thanks for your blind support of anarchy, as long as you get the results you like.
     
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    As well it should have. Whether it ultimately gets struck down or not is another question. But the injunction was certainly in order.
     

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