Awkward WI Court Ruling Cites "Constitutions"
I'd better run for further study to my dictionary and the Act 10 section of the Government Operating Manual, as a Wisconsin judge writes today there are "constitutions" - - more than one? - - that reined in the powers of Walker and fiefdom manor lords Scott and Jeff Fitzgerald:
"Even laws enacted by the legislature and the governor, though they may manifest the popular will of their time, are subordinate to them. Even a temporary infringement of fundamental rights of speech and association protected by the constitutions is an irreparable harm."
State and federal.
Federal.and state constitutions
Wisconsin State Constitution and U.S. Constitution. There you have it - "constitutions."
Spell check won't help his honor here.
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