Union attorneys have asked a Madison judge to let stand a ruling that Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s collective bargaining changes are unconstitutional.
If there’s one thing that can unite political foes in Wisconsin, it just may be the Green Bay Packers.
The reaction to a court ruling last week that repealed parts of the controversial Wisconsin law that severely restricted collective bargaining for public workers has been predictable.
The city of Madison could save $2 million under a proposed contract with its largest municipal employees union that is set to go before the workers and City Council this week.
A federal appeals court in Chicago has heard arguments on the constitutionality of provisions in Wisconsin’s law restricting collective bargaining by public employees.
Gov. Scott Walker is urging his supporters to sign a petition in support of his law restricting collective bargaining that a judge last week largely struck down as unconstitutional.
The Wisconsin judge who overturned key parts of Gov. Scott Walker’s restrictions on collective bargaining says he will issue a written decision on a request to put that ruling on hold.
Wisconsin’s attorney general asked a judge Tuesday to delay his decision repealing major parts of Gov. Scott Walker’s law effectively ending collective bargaining for most public workers.
Wisconsin’s attorney general has asked a judge to put on hold his decision to repeal major parts of Gov. Scott Walker’s law that effectively ended collective bargaining for most public workers.
The next salvo in the fight over a judge’s ruling reinstating collective bargaining rights for schools and local governments is expected to come from Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen.