Wisconsin upholds anti-union bill

BBC News

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has upheld a law stripping most public employees’ collective bargaining rights.

In a 4-3 decision, the court ruled a lower court judge had improperly interfered in the legislative process when she overturned the law.

In May, Judge Maryann Sumi ruled that Republicans violated open meetings laws in their haste to pass the bill.

Republicans said the bill was needed to cut public spending. Democrats said it was an attack on pro-Democratic unions.

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