Walker ignored the ruling.
Earlier this year, Judge Colas clarified his ruling, saying that the state could not enforce the law since it was unconstitutional.
Walker ignored this as well.
A few weeks ago, Judge Colas found Walker's labor commissioners to be in contempt of court because they weren't following the law.
In a panic to preserve the charade of Act 10, upon which Walker has hung his presidential aspirations, he asked the Appellate Court to overrule Judge Colas, or at least put an injunction on the ruling.
The Appellate Court made their ruling on Monday. The answer was no:
The state Appeals Court on Monday kept in place for now a ruling finding Gov. Scott Walker's labor commissioners in contempt of court.Now the focus will be on the Supreme Court, which will hear oral arguments on this case next Monday. Obviously, Walker and his ALEC sponsors are counting on David "Chokehold" Prosser to once again ignore the law and the constitution and to vote based on campaign contributions.
The ruling by the District 4 Court of Appeals in Madison means that, at least for the time being, the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission cannot enforce aspects of Act 10, the 2011 law by Walker that greatly restricted the ability of public workers to engage in union activities.
But it should be noted that constitutional experts like Ed Fallone have shown why Colas' ruling should stand.