As expected, the next salvo in the fight over Friday's ruling, which reinstates collective bargaining rights for schools and local governments in Wisconsin, came from Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen.
Van Hollen filed a request that the ruling be put on hold while an appeal is pending.
WPR’s Terry Bell spoke with Associate Professor Paul Secunda of the Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee. Click the Listen button for Secunda’s take on what is known as the Act Ten Ruling, and its future in the appeals process.
Paul Secunda teaches labor law at Marquette University.