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June 14, 1951
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Wisconsin Judge to Hear Union Lawsuit Against Bargaining Restrictions
Posted On: May 29, 2024
May 29, 2024 | WORKERS’ RIGHTS | A law that drew massive protests and made Wisconsin the center of a national fight over union rights is back in court on Tuesday, facing a new challenge from teachers and public workers brought after the state’s Supreme Court flipped to liberal control. The 2011 law, known as Act 10, imposed a near-total ban on collective bargaining for most public employees. It has withstood numerous legal challenges… If the latest lawsuit succeeds, all public sector workers who lost their collective bargaining power would have it restored. The Associated Press
 
 
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