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Dane County Judge William Foust decided in favor of International Association of Machinists, United Steelworkers and the AFL-CIO, which filed a lawsuit against the state, arguing the law passed in 2015 by Republican lawmakers violates the state constitution.

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Attorney General Brad Schimel said in a statement that he will appeal the decision.

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7 thoughts on “Wisconsin Judge Strikes Down Scott Walker’s Right-To-Work Law As Unconstitutional

      • No, you’ve never mentioned it before… well, maybe a couple of times… lol!

        As much as I despise the GOP, I’m more angry at those 52.6% of eligible Wisconsin voters who did not cast ballots in the primary. The vast majority of them are liberals and progressives.

      • I agree. That’s simply inexcusable and a HUGE part of why we have so many GOP members winning elections across the country. If you don’t vote, you’re not a progressive, you’re a lazy ass who has no right to bitch about the government YOU helped get into power.

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