Late Friday a Wisconsin state judge struck down the anti-union law championed by embattled Gov. Scott Walker.
"This decision will help to re-establish the balance between employees and their employers," Democratic Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca told the Journal Sentinel. "The decision gives us an opportunity to get back to the Wisconsin values of sitting down and working together to iron out differences, not taking away the constitutional rights of our citizens."
The judge found the law violated both the state and national constitutions.