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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Kevin St. John
Attorneys for Republican lawmakers asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday to overturn a judge's order blocking the state's polarizing union rights law, while Democrats urged the justices to uphold the ruling or make the GOP go through the usual and slow appeals process.
DELAVAN (AP) — Twin infant boys were among six persons found fatally shot in a home after a domestic dispute erupted into a barrage of gunfire that some neighbors had shrugged off as pre-Fourth of July firecrackers.
Deputy Attorney General Kevin St. John argued that Judge Sumi had no authority to insert herself into the legislative process and block a law from taking effect.
he said, arguing that a law is only void if it violates the state Constitution.