Friday, April 1, 2011

Open Meetings? At An Open Capitol, Per The Law? A Wisconsin Court Is Told Otherwise

Law and tradition were pretty severely trashed on March 9 when the union-busting bill was rushed to a vote, a court is told.

And this pre-dates the publication of the bill as 'law,' which a judge has enjoined.

This further delay, or perhaps derail the bill's approval. Senate Majority Leader Scott Fizygerald, Scott Walker and his Department of Administration - - managed by a former state legislative leader, Mike Huebsch - - all should have known better. Their job is to uphold law, not smother and mangle it.

Bottom line: The Republicans are losing support and face as elections next Tuesday statewide amount ro referenda on their leadership.


Anonymous said...


Why would a Supreme Court election be a referandum on the Republicans? I thought it was a non partisan position? It must be easy to be a lefty since your standards switch so easy, but lefties have no standards. I learned that a long time ago.

James Rowen said...

You are reading words impossibly literally.