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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin judge is expected to weigh a union lawsuit against collective bargaining restrictions. Arguments are set for Today. Unions representing teachers and public workers sued to end the state’s near-total ban on collective bargaining for most public employees. The 2011 law spurred massive protests that made Wisconsin the center of a national fight over union rights. If the latest lawsuit succeeds, workers who lost their collective bargaining power would have it restored. The law has withstood numerous legal challenges, and the Republican-controlled Legislature is asking for the case to be dismissed.

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