Walker expects right to work law will be upheld on appeal
WAUSAU (WQOW) -- Governor Scott Walker says he expects Wisconsin will be a right-to-work state again. Last Friday, a Dane County judge determined the law was unconstitutional. Attorney General Brad Schimel has promised an appeal. Governor Walker says he's confident the law will be upheld. "We had similar issues that came up with Act 10 some five years ago we were in and out of state and federal court about ten times, we ultimately prevailed in each of those instances, we'll prevail again in this case," said Walker. The unions that sued expect to submit a final order to the judge Tuesday and then the judge will finalize it. Once he does, Schimel says he will seek a stay of the ruling, which would allow the law to remain in place while he appeals.
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