Judge voids collective bargaining law
A judge in Madison has struck down the law to virtually end collective bargaining by most of Wisconsin's public employee unions.
In a 33-page decision issued Thursday morning, Dane County Circuit Judge Maryann Sumi said legislators broke the state's open meeting law when they passed the anti-union bill in March. Therefore, she said, the law must be voided.
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