A controversial bill limiting collective bargaining for public workers has been officially published despite a temporary restraining order barring its publication.
The legislation was published Friday with a footnote that notes the restraining order, but says the law "requires the Legislative Reference Bureau to publish every act within 10 working days after its date of enactment."
The publication of the law means that it will take effect Saturday.
Is reading the Wisconsin Constitution and statutes really too hard for the dim bulb Dane County District Attorney? If he listened to Headless, he'd have known that the Secretary of State wasn't the only state agency that can publish a law.