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Special Committee to Work With Wisconsin Supreme Court
There may be some second thoughts in the Wisconsin State Legislature about the concealed carry law passed by the Legislature and expected to be signed by Gov. Walker shortly, especially with reference to the members of the State of Wisconsin Supreme Court whose justices have shown hair trigger temperaments at times. When anger rises to that level, even highly educated persons with law degrees might pull out their roscoes and start blazing away.
Special regulations have been wisely adopted that limit concealed carry by court members should have forbidden that right in the State Capitol building by the Justices.
Thoughts have been expressed about hiring trainers for such forms of combat as boxing, wrestling, and even kick boxing for members of the State Supreme Court to learn self-protection techniques to be used as they work out their hostilities in supervised settings.
Training in the practice of yoga has been suggested for our Justices as a form of martial art combined with contemplation to achieve spiritual release.
An emergency response team will be on standby near the chambers occupied by the Court, made up of a physician and two Registered Nurses to act quickly if needed to perform fast assistance for possible injuries if court members work out their emotional hostilities in unsupervised combat.
A Delhi, India yoga expert may be flown in via San Francisco to Madison to work with the justices in that Far Eastern system.
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