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State legal bills near $850K for defending Act 10

8:47 PM, Apr. 3, 2013
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MILWAUKEE (AP) - Wisconsin taxpayers have spent close to $850,000 defending lawsuits over the 2011 law that all but ended collective bargaining for most public workers.

And the lawsuits aren't over yet, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports (http://bit.ly/10siZD2 ), so the bill is sure to climb.

Gov. Scott Walker's office says taxpayers have paid the Michael Best & Friedrich law firm nearly $847,000 for its work defending Act 10. The ...

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