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Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Labor Law

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By Kevin Fayle on May 26, 2011 11:33 AM

A circuit court judge in Wisconsin has struck down the state's controversial labor law after finding that the legislature violated Wisconsin's Open Meetings Law when it approved the legislation since it met on only two hours notice in a location that was not accessible to the public.  The law, which sparked days of protest across the state, removed collective bargaining rights from most public employees, except in the negotiation of salaries.
Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Labor Law