Home News Judge temporarily blocks Wisconsin anti-union law News Judge temporarily blocks Wisconsin anti-union law By Reuters - March 18, 2011 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter MADISON, Wis (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Friday temporarily blocked a controversial new law in Wisconsin that strips public employee unions of key collective bargaining rights. Read the full story. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintGoogle Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR FUBAR Trump attacks Durbin in latest rounds over immigration Capitol Hillbillies Bannon set to testify before House Committee FUBAR Panama hotel fires Trump; charges financial misconduct 1 COMMENT Hold the open meeting. Re -vote. Maybe even the DIMs will stick around this time. Sheesh. They do grab at straws. Does this witch even have the authority to do that? I am thinking she is out of her jurisdiction. Poor cry- baby thugs. Even Federal employees do not have the collective bargaining they are crying about. Get real. this is about union dues. No more. No less. They could care less about the employees. It is about union power and money at the boss level. Money money money…. MONEY!!! Comments are closed.