MADISON (WKOW) – The state Assembly is scheduled to vote
Thursday on a bill that would allow attorneys to block court orders nullifying
The bill would allow an attorney to file an appeal within 10
days of a judge's order blocking a state law.
The bill's prospects in the Senate are unclear. A
Spokeswoman for Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says
senators are focused on the state budget and won't consider the bill before the
Legislature takes its summer recess at the end of June. She says Republican Senate Leaders may
consider the proposal this fall.
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