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Thread: Judge tells Scott Walker to follow her rulings or else

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Nope, nothing biased about those sources, nothing at all.
    Buzz-

    Go back and look at what I said in my message. I noted "...here are a couple more." However, I would note that the Breitbart piece is a statement of facts that have not thus far been disputed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Roger,
    Do you really think a Dane county judge has jurisdiction of the legislative branch of the state of Wisconsin government??

    Really????


    Wait.....never mind.....

    BTW--Her initial rulling was for the publication in the Wisconsin State Journal ( a newspaper) be held back.
    Walkers staff administrator published it and now it's LAW!!!!!
    No more union dues deducted from workers checks and deposited in the unions accounts.


    BAM........HEAD SHOT!!!!!!!


    Well done Governor Walker & the WI State Legislature!!!!

    RK
    A Wisconsin judge issued a revised order on Tuesday blocking implementation of a controversial state law curbing collective bargaining by public unions while she hears a legal challenge to the proposed law.
    Dane County Circuit Court Judge Maryann Sumi, who issued an injunction two weeks ago blocking the law, issued an amended order barring Secretary of State Doug La Follette from doing anything that would result in the measure from taking effect.
    http://www.capitolhillblue.com/node/40058

    BAM HEAD SHOT!!!!

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    It is a damn shame that that original "Capitolhillblue.com" so-called news release appeared as a genuine "news" report, at least to some who might have read it. Unfortunately, some will buy it, no questions asked. This old-fashioned (retired) reporter just shakes his head again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne anderson View Post
    It is a damn shame that that original "Capitolhillblue.com" so-called news release appeared as a genuine "news" report, at least to some who might have read it. Unfortunately, some will buy it, no questions asked. This old-fashioned (retired) reporter just shakes his head again!
    You can find the same stories in the Milwaukee Newspapers.

    MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin's Republican leaders appear to be taking the same confident and bullish approach to implementing their divisive collective bargaining law that they took to passing it, suggesting they may ignore a judge's warning that there would be consequences to moving ahead while challenges to the law are pending.

    Gov. Scott Walker and his allies in the Republican-controlled Legislature believe they are on solid legal ground as they push forth on a course that could deepen an already toxic crisis in the state's government.

    Sidestepping Democratic state senators playing hooky to block the law's passage may have angered their political opponents, but defying a judge's orders however imprecise could put GOP lawmakers and state officials at risk of being found in contempt and could lend weight to accusations that the Republicans consider themselves above the law.

    "It's dangerous. Arguably they're in contempt of court already," University of Wisconsin law professor Howard Schweber said Wednesday. He was referring to the preparations under way by Walker's administration to begin deducting more money from most public employees' paychecks to help pay for their health and pension plan costs and to stop deducting union dues. The deductions, which would amount to an 8 percent pay cut, on average, would be reflected in the workers' April 21 paychecks, Walker's top aide said Monday.

    http://www.gmtoday.com/news/front/topstory01.asp

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    ..........Wait, Wait, Wait for it........


















    Anybody???? Ahhh come on...Anybody.

    We represent the....UNION regards,

    NCA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nor_Cal_Angler View Post


    ..........Wait, Wait, Wait for it........


















    Anybody???? Ahhh come on...Anybody.

    We represent the....UNION regards,

    NCA
    You sir need to post here more

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