Click the Title to see latest Legislative Council Memo 3/28 from scribd.com -
[AND Just out FROM WIS DOJ - asking TRO and Dane County DA Ozanne's lawsuit be vacated]
From WisPolitics.com ... summary of DA Ozanne's filings today (Monday)
Ozanne asks judge to declare collective bargaining changes not law
This is the final paragraph - the Courts will decide -Legislative Council Memo -
In the context of current laws on publication that define roles for both the LRB and the Secretary of State, the LRB’s action, the temporary restraining order against the Secretary of State, the lack of satisfaction of other statutory requirements, and the legal questions that are currently being litigated regarding the ability of a court to entertain challenges to an act prior to that act taking effect, it may be reasonable to conclude that a court would not apply the principles of Stitt to permit the disregard of publication statutes when satisfaction of the public’s constitutional interest in notice is also in question. Ultimately, given the circumstances listed above, the resolution of the question regarding the effective date of 2011 Wisconsin Act 10 appears to reside with the courts.
From this blog previously -
WI - Upd 3/28 ~2:30pm - Laws have to be published in Official State Newspaper - WSJ