Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Actually, It's an Attempted Abortion, Judge Sumi

When you stop to think about it, Judge-Ette Sumi is relying on the Democrat Party's sacrament: abortion.

She's just applying the procedure to an unborn law.

2 comments:

John Foust said...

Wis. Stat. § 19.97(3) says "Any action taken at a meeting of a governmental body held in violation of this subchapter is voidable, upon action brought by the attorney general or the district attorney of the county wherein the violation occurred. However, any judgment declaring such action void shall not be entered unless the court finds, under the facts of the particular case, that the public interest in the enforcement of this subchapter outweighs any public interest which there may be in sustaining the validity of the action taken."

Trochilus said...

Wis. Stat. § 19.87(2) says:

19.87 Legislative meetings. This subchapter shall apply to all meetings of the senate and assembly and the committees, subcommittees and other subunits thereof, except that:
. . .
(2) No provision of this subchapter which conflicts with a rule of the senate or assembly or joint rule of the legislature shall apply to a meeting conducted in compliance with such rule.
. . . .


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