What are the relevant unfair dismissal laws for Wisconsin, and why isn't this a topic of serious discussion at the moment? It seems reasonable that, given that the governor is on record as saying that he's using threats of firing to coerce lawmakers to do what he wants, if he follows through the fired employees should have a good case for unfair dismissal. He's not arguing cause, and his public threats obviate any claim to budgetary necessity. Maybe even a class action? Which, is successful, would come at very, very great cost to the state budget.
Am I missing something?