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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Hello Wisconsin.

Normal people 1, unions and idjits 0.
I expect a huge backlash from this ruling even though it came from the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
the Unions, the Teachers, the derelicts, are most likely going into meltdown mode and are working on their next unruly protests and public political movement.

Wisconsin's highest court has ruled that a controversial measure curbing the collective bargaining rights of public workers in the state can take effect.

The supreme court on Tuesday overturned a lower court ruling that Republican legislators violated the state's open meetings law when they passed the measure in March.

The law eliminates most collective bargaining rights for public workers and requires them to pay more for pensions and health coverage. It prompted a national debate over unions.

It was passed by the Republican-controlled legislature and signed by the governor, Scott Walker, in March despite the largest public protests in Madison since the Vietnam war.

In May a circuit court judge hearing one of several challenges against the measure voided it, accepting the argument that Republican legislators had violated Wisconsin's strict open meetings law.

But in its ruling on Tuesday the supreme court said the judge had overstepped her authority and violated the separation of powers in the state constitution.

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