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A judge in Wisconsin on Thursday threw out legislation backed by Republican lawmakers and the state's governor that would have stripped public workers of union bargaining rights, the AFP reports. Circuit court judge Maryann Sumi said the legislation, which Governor Scott Walker signed into law in March after weeks of massive protests in the state capital, violated a state law requiring lawmakers to give at least two hours' notice before voting on legislation and breached the trust of the public…
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