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Wisconsin Secretary of State Doug La Follette, left, shakes hands with his counsel, Roger Sage, center standing, during a hearing. (AP Photo/Michael P. King, Pool) Summary

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) — The showdown over Wisconsin’s law that strips most public workers of nearly all their collective bargaining rights shifted from the Statehouse back to the courts Tuesday, but it remained unclear when or even whether the measure would take effect.

The law strips away workers’ rights to collectively bargain for anything except wages. It also requires most public workers to contribute more to their pensions and health insurance.

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