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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    Like I said they are accused of violating the Wisconsin open meetings law - that's the reason the 'law' on hold. The solution would be to just take another vote giving the proper notification. The problem doing this, is that they may not have the votes to get it passed again.
    Really? You've already forgotten what you said?
    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    They violated the Wisconsin open meeting law, so why don't they just give the proper notice and vote again? It's that simple.
    You did NOT say they were accused... you SAID they were guilty.

    Big difference... one even you should comprehend.

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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    As I understand it, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled before that the courts may not interfere in a law until it goes into effect. The judge may be in the wrong by trying to restrict the law before it is published.

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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Greta Van Sustern has tried to beat that idea into Walkers peoples heads several times. They kept saying, no, things are going along fine. We'll get there, we just need to be patient, blah blah blah. Wonder what they're saying now?
    Its called being overly cocky barb...look I dont doubt for a second that the law will get passed eventually but I think Scott Walker was quite surprised at the opposition he ran into...I think he believe it was going to be much smoother. I think it could have been if he had approached it differently

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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Really? You've already forgotten what you said?


    You did NOT say they were accused... you SAID they were guilty.

    Big difference... one even you should comprehend.
    Okay, I was not precise enough, give me 40 lashes with a wet noodle.

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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    Quote Originally Posted by CriticalThought View Post
    As I understand it, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled before that the courts may not interfere in a law until it goes into effect. The judge may be in the wrong by trying to restrict the law before it is published.
    interesting thought.

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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    interesting thought.
    The law was published. As soon as Walker decided to take action the judge stopped him. That's my understanding anyway.
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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    Department of Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch, the governor’s top aide, said they’ve halted preparations to begin deducting money from most public workers’ paychecks, but that the administration still believes the law took effect after a state office unexpectedly published online.
    Wisconsin collective bargaining law won't be implemented, Gov. Scott Walker's top aide says | Green Bay Press Gazette | greenbaypressgazette.com
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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    He complied with the judges ruling, I still think the law will pass eventually

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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    So then by his own reasoning, couldn't he get in trouble for not implementing the law?
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    Re: Scott Walker Backs Down, Will Comply With Judge's Ruling On Union Law

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBook View Post
    So then by his own reasoning, couldn't he get in trouble for not implementing the law?
    I guess I'm confused. I thought the law got published while the court was still undecided. So after it was published he started to implement it and then he was told to stop. (my brain hurts) LOL
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