Court won’t re-open union law case
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MADISON — The state Supreme Court won’t reconsider a lawsuit challenging Gov. Scott Walker’s collective bargaining law.
Ozanne in December asked the court to reconsider the case. He argued the Michael, Best & Friedrich law firm both defended the law and gave Justice Michael Gableman free legal help in the past, raising questions of impropriety.
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WUPN: The people in Wisconsin have spoken and now the Wisconsin Supreme Court has spoken. For all the protesting last year, collective bargaining in Wisconsin public sector unions is done.
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