jsonline: A federal judge threw out a lawsuit Wednesday challenging Wisconsin's tight restrictions on collective bargaining for public employees. The decision by U.S. District Judge William Conley ruled the law does not infringe on employees' First Amendment rights.See, that's what's wrong with government, it doesn't listen to us. And that's okay.
"Under Act 10, general employees remain free to associate and represented employees and their unions remain free to speak; municipal employers are simply not allowed to listen," Conley wrote.
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Challenge to Act 10 Thrown out because state union employees are free to associate and speak, but “municipal employers … not allowed to listen.”
Did he really say that?