A judge in Wisconsin has issued a temporary restraining order that stops a controversial law limiting state workers' collective bargaining rights from going into effect, our colleague Frank James reports over at It's All Politics.
A Wisconsin judge issued a temporary restraining order Friday to stop Gov. Scott Walker from implementing a new law severely limiting collective bargaining rights while she considers the merits of a challenge to the controversial legislation.
According to news reports, Dane Country Judge Maryann Sumi imposed the restraining order on the basis that a lawsuit against the law had a high likelihood of prevailing.
Get outside if you can tomorrow evening and look up. Something that only happens a couple times in most people's lives should be putting on a pretty good show (and we can all use a break from the news of late).