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DOA: Judge's Order Raises Questions About Union Law's Implementation

The Wisconsin Department of Administration said it's still not sure how an amended restraining order issued Tuesday affects its implementation of the collective bargaining law. VIDEO: Watch The Report VIDEO: UW Political Scientist Gives Insight Into Legal Battle Over Bargaining Law

Judge Says Union Bargaining Bill Not In Effect

The contentious collective bargaining law that strips most public workers of nearly all collective bargaining rights and force them to contribute more to their pension and health plans is not in effect, according to an amended restraining order released on Thursday morning. READ: Governor Says He'll Halt Plans On Union Law VIDEO: UW Political Scientist Gives Insight Into Legal Battle Over Bargaining Law

Judge Issues Restraining Order To Block Collective Bargaining Bill

A Dane County judge issued a restraining order on Friday to block publication of the state's collective bargaining law. VIDEO: Watch the Report VIDEO: Walker Responds To Judge's Ruling VIDEO: UW Professor Discusses Judge's Ruling SURVEY: Do You Agree With The Judge's Ruling? VIDEO: Watch Walker 'For The Record' Interview

Citizens Call For Boycott Of Walker Contributors

The fallout from Gov. Scott Walker's budget repair bill has shifted to the private sector as upset citizens begin boycotts of business owners who contributed money to the governor. VIDEO: Watch The Report

Thousands Of Protesters Pour Into Capitol

Thousands of people entered the Wisconsin state Capitol following a surprise vote by Senate Republicans to pass a bill taking away most collective bargaining rights from public workers. VIDEO: Watch The Report VIDEO: Watch Video Of Protesters Flooding Into Capitol VIDEO: About 150 Protesters Spent Overnight In Capitol VIDEO: Democrats Respond To Senate Vote VIDEO: UW Political Scientist Analyzes Senate's Actions READ: Overview Of Social Media On Capitol Protests SLIDESHOW: See More Photos Of State Capitol Protests UPLOAD: Share Photos Of Capitol Protest, Other Rallies

Senate Votes To Strip Collective Bargaining Rights

Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate have voted to strip nearly all collective bargaining rights from public workers after discovering a way to bypass the chamber's missing Democrats. VIDEO: Watch The Report READ: Thousands Of Protesters Converge On State Capitol SURVEY: Do You Think Senate's Vote Was Fair?

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Walker's Budget Targets Local Schools Funding

School leaders statewide were already bracing for steep cuts in education aid, but Gov. Scott Walker?s budget announcement on Tuesday could send shock waves through school districts as several proposals slash funding far deeper than some expected. READ: UW System Proposed To Take $250 Million Cut

Police Block Protesters From Entering State Capitol

Protests continued in downtown Madison, but those who showed up at the state Capitol on Monday were denied access to the building. VIDEO: Watch The Report READ: Overview Of Social Media On Capitol Protests SLIDESHOW: See Viewers' Photos Of Capitol Protest, Other Rallies (Vol. 5) SLIDESHOW: See Viewers' Photos Of Capitol Protest, Other Rallies (Vol. 6) SLIDESHOW: See More Photos Of State Capitol Protests UPLOAD: Share Photos Of Capitol Protest, Other Rallies

Madison Police Chief Angered Over Governor's Comments

Madison Police Chief Noble Wray said he wants some answers from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker about a statement the governor made about considering inserting troublemakers into the group of protesters at the Capitol. VIDEO: Watch The Report