The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that the Wisconsin Supreme Court has reversed the lawless judge Sumi — in the JS’s words “The court concluded that Sumi exceeded her jurisdiction, “invaded” the Legislature’s constitutional powers and erred in halting the publication and implementation of the collective bargaining law.”
Basically, the court said that the Legislature acted within the law and within it’s power when it enacted the Union busting law. In what may have been a wonderfully cathartic act, Justice Prosser wrote a separate concurring opinion to rub some salt in the loony left’s wound.
The Court said that Judge Sumi’s decision was void ab initio – therefore any collective bargaining done by the unions after the passing of the law are likely null and void.
The Journal Sentinal’s article is here: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The decision is found here: Wisconsin v. Fitzgerald, et al.
Update: Naturally, since it’s now a law, Big Union has sued to enjoin the enforcement of the law. Big surprise there – apparently neither the decision nor the timing of the decision came as much of a surprise to them. You can find more here: Wisconsin Unions Sue