Wisc. Will Enforce Anti-Labor Law

    MADISON, WI - MARCH 10:  Demonstrators gather in the Capitol rotunda as the State Assembly debates provisions of the state's budget repair bill March 10, 2011 in Madison, Wisconsin. Thousands of demonstrators took over the Capitol last night after the Wisconsin State Senate voted to curb collective bargaining rights for public union workers in a surprise vote with no Democrats present.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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    Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is seeking permission to continue enforcing a state law that successfully ended collective bargaining for teacher and public employees while his office appeals the decision to overturn it. Dane County Judge Juan Colas’s ruling Friday struck down the controversial  law as a violation of state and federal constitutions calling it “null and void.” A spokesman for Van Hollen’s office said the law is constitutional and should “continue in effect as it has for more than a year while the appellate courts address the legal issues.” A spokesman for Governor Scott Walker also said he is confident the decision will be overturned on appeal.

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