"The court can remove the temporary restraining order, say the law is in effect and allow the Department of Administration to implement," WI Secretary of Administration Mike Huebsch said.There is no temporary restraining order. There is a final judgment. A final judgment needs to be appealed, and there is no appeal pending.
Does Huebsch not even know why he filed for a supervisory writ instead?
This is a final Judgment for purposes of appeal as to the validity of the actions taken on March 9, 2011. This Judgment supersedes previous orders made in this case. — BY THE COURT [05/26/11]And has Huebsch even read the decisions or orders he's challenging?
At least he admits his case rests on "philosophical issues," not the law.
If [the Wisconsin Supreme Court doesn't] act quickly, Huebsch said, the Legislature is prepared to put the plan in the state budget and pass it before the end of the month.Well then, Just Do It [/Mike swoosh].