In March of 2015, Governor Scott Walker signed the Wisconsin Right-to-Work bill into law, making the Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state in the nation.  The law was challenged by organized labor and struck down last month by Dane County Circuit Judge William Faust, who also declined to stay his ruling pending appeal.  Notwithstanding his refusal on the request for a stay, earlier this week the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals stayed execution of Faust’s order, effectively putting the right-to-work law “back to work” while the appeal is pending! The case is expected to ultimately be decided by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.  Right-to-work laws in other states are unaffected by the challenge.