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So Much for Prosser Being a
From the MJS
Prosser tempered ruling on bargaining
Majority sought to rule measure appropriately passed, published
Some in the majority wanted to rule that the legislation had not only been appropriately passed, but had formally been published and should have been in effect three months earlier. But Justice David Prosser didn't agree with them, so the final decision said only that there was nothing preventing the law from being published and going into effect.
Had Prosser's view not prevailed in the June 14 decision, the limits on collective bargaining would have been in place right away and Gov. Scott Walker's administration would have been able to retroactively claim three months' worth of higher benefits payments from state employees.