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The Wisconsin Supreme Court considers arguments regarding whether the court should exercise jurisdiction over the passage of the budget repair bill during a hearing at the Wisconsin State Capitol on June 6, 2011. (AP Photo/John Hart, Pool)

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Attorneys for Republican lawmakers asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday to overturn a judge’s order blocking the state’s polarizing union rights law, while Democrats urged the justices to uphold the ruling or make the GOP go through the usual — and slow — appeals process.

The court heard hours of testimony, setting the stage for what could be the most decisive ruling on the law’s fate since the Republican-controlled Legislature passed it nearly three months ago.

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