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Judge strikes down most of Walker's anti-union law

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Uncle.Ruckus, Mar 30, 2012.

  1. Uncle.Ruckus

    Uncle.Ruckus Guest

    Stupid activist judges.

  2. Greenhorn

    Greenhorn Active Member

    Isn't there a similar law in Ohio that is before the courts as well?
  3. cranberry

    cranberry Well-Known Member

    Wasn't a good day for Gov. Walker, was it?
  4. Point of Order

    Point of Order Active Member

    No. it was repealed before enactment by popular referendum.
  5. Greenhorn

    Greenhorn Active Member

    Gotcha, thank you for the correction.
  6. TheSportsPredictor

    TheSportsPredictor Well-Known Member

    Actually, most of the law was kept in place.
  7. Armchair_QB

    Armchair_QB Well-Known Member

    The story seems to read that way.

    And it sounds like the judge is saying that if the law applied to all unions in the state it wouldn't be unconstitutional.
  8. Bubbler

    Bubbler Active Member

    Which it won't be. The only reason law enforcement was exempted was so Walker would have a Praetorian guard to slap down the unions. Cynical political ploy that didn't even really work as many cops and firemen opposed him anyway.
  9. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    Which is the ultimate goal of the Uberclass conspiracy.

    They want to get rid of all unions in the United States so that each individual corporation-citizen and each individual peon-citizen deal with each other on a perfectly equitable one-to-one basis.
  10. Michael_ Gee

    Michael_ Gee Well-Known Member

    All this is true, but changing the law will be more difficult. Since it passed, the state Senate is now evenly divided. There's going to be a recall election of Walker and several Senators, and by all accounts they will be close elections. So it would be politically more prudent to accept what's struck down as gone and try to eke out a win and regroup in 2013.
  11. dixiehack

    dixiehack Well-Known Member

    Question for Sconny SportsJournalists.com: Could the Republicans field a primary candidate to challenge Walker in the recall, however unlikely?
  12. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    Why would they?
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