Hearing set for tomorrow on suit to block Wisconsin collective bargaining bill


A ruling on the merits of the case about breaking the open meeting law won't happen until after March 25, but a temporary restraining order to block the anti-union (anti-American) bill is getting a hearing on Friday.

My original post about the complaint charging violations of the open meeting law is here.

Via WisPolitics:

Dane County Judge Maryann Sumi has set an 8:30 a.m. start for a hearing on Dane County DA Ismael Ozanne's request for a temporary restraining order to block a bill that makes sweeping changes to collective bargaining rights of public employees.

Ozanne filed a complaint yesterday that a conference committee that passed the bill violated state open meetings laws. He is seeking to void the committee's action.