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Wis. Can't Get Nixed Parts Of Union Law Revived During Appeal

Law360, New York (May 2, 2012, 4:08 PM EDT) -- A Wisconsin federal judge on Friday refused to stay his ruling striking down two provisions from the state's controversial law curbing collective bargaining rights for most public workers while the state pursues an appeal, saying the appeal was unlikely to succeed.

Both the state and the unions challenging the law are appealing portions of U.S. District Judge William M. Conley's March 30 decision, which upheld the bulk of Act 10 as constitutional but nixed provisions that calling for annual union recertification votes by absolute majority and...
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Case Information

Case Title

Wisconsin Education Association Council et al v. Walker, Scott et al

Case Number



Wisconsin Western

Nature of Suit

Constitutional - State Statute


William M. Conley

Date Filed

June 15, 2011

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