A Wisconsin law enforcement union sued the state Tuesday over the state's collective bargaining law, alleging that the portions of the law pertaining to teachers and municipal workers that were found unconstitutional by a Dane County judge are also unconstitutional for state workers.
Only state troopers and inspectors retained their union rights as part of a new unit carved out called "public safety" employees, the union said in a news release.

The law, the union said, "fractured the union and the solidarity of its members, undermining their ability to join together and advocate for the best conditions to keep Wisconsin roads and communities safe."
Law enforcement union sues over collective bargaining law