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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Son of Wisconsin Judge former Manager for SEIU and the AFL-CIO

Wisconsin Judge Sumi out a stay on Governor Walker's Union law citing a violation of an 'open meetings" law.

But should Judge Sumi have even made that ruling?

According to an article on Pajamas Media, Judge Sumi's Son is a political activist that worked for SEIU and the AFL-CIO:

"Maryann Sumi is the judge who blocked the Wisconsin union bill, citing open meetings law. And in answer to the question in the headline: Maybe!

Her son is a political operative who also happens to be a former lead field manager with the AFL-CIO and data manager for the SEIU State Council. Both the SEIU and the AFL-CIO have members who are public-sector employees in Wisconsin. In fact, as a federation, the AFL-CIO can boast of several member-unions that represent public-sector employees. Maryann Sumi is hardly an unbiased judge in the matter."

Oddly his Bio was taken down from his company website that listed this information.

The odd question is if there is no wrong doing here, why take it down?


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