Dane County D.A. Ozanne asks high court to vacate ruling on collective bargaining law

Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne on Friday asked the state Supreme Court to vacate its decision upholding the controversial law curtailing collective bargaining rights for most public workers — and to do it without Justice Michael Gableman.

Ozanne asked the court to revisit its June 14 decision after reports surfaced that Gableman had received free legal services from lawyer Eric McLeod of the Madison law firm Michael Best & Friedrich, who helped defend the collective bargaining law before the high court as lawyer for state Department of Administration Secretary Michael Huebsch.

Via Wisconsin State Journal.

Also: D.A.’s Motion for recusal and D.A.’s combined memo of law.

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