WI will continue implementing collective bargaining law despite judge's order

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Do these guys need a more obvious invitation from Judge Sumi to get slapped with contempt?

Call me crazy, but it is my humble opinion that even more obvious defiance will not sit well with her at all:

State officials say they will move forward with Wisconsin's controversial collective bargaining law, despite a judge's order barring its implementation — and a threat of sanctions against anyone who violates it. [...]

Huebsch added that the Department of Justice and his legal counsel agree that the measure has met those requirements "and is now effective law."

"It is my duty to administer that law," he said. [...]

"Now that I've made my earlier order as clear as it possibly can be, I must state that those who act in open and willful defiance of the court order place not only themselves at peril of sanctions, they also jeopardize the financial and the governmental stability of the state of Wisconsin," Sumi said.

So they decided to treat the court the way they treat the unions, working people, and Wisconsinites in general:

All the legal schmegal arguments are at the link.

H/t: barelyberlee

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