Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Update on the Revolution

Walker, as you probably know, locked the Capitol building yesterday.  Only people with "official" business were being let in, and, oddly, that didn't include protesters.  Unless a protester left, no other protester was being let in.

Now a judge has ordered that the Capitol (being a public space) has to be unlocked and opened to the public.  Ha!  And yay!

(Not that Walker has complied yet, apparently.  Apparently he's claiming the building is open to the public, since people can get in if they have business there. Here's the twitter from the MadisonACLU Twitter: "Govt perspective says Capitol is open, one-in-one-out is sufficient. Order is invalid. Law enforcement is complying.")

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