Unions To Fight Collective Bargaining Law At Wis. High Court

Law360, New York (June 14, 2013, 8:41 PM EDT) -- The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday took up a challenge to Gov. Scott Walker’s law restricting government employees' collective bargaining rights, after unions argued it violated their association rights under the state constitution.

The move followed an April ruling by the Fourth District Wisconsin Court of Appeals that had said that even though municipal employees don’t have a constitutional right to collective bargaining, they do have the right not to be treated differently from employees who do not associate with groups including unions, according to that...
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