The law that caused thousands of protestors to descend on Madison, WI, has been shot down. But the legal battle won’t end.
Dane County circuit court Judge Maryann Sumi said today she is freezing the law, called Act 10, because Republicans legislators on a committee did not follow the state’s open meetings law.
There was no court hearing before Judge Sumi issued her 33-page opinion. According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sumi wrote, “The Legislature and its committees are bound to comply with the open meetings law by their own choice. Continue reading “Wisconsin Union Law Struck Down”