Madison, Wis. (Learfield) - Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says he doesn't see much point in trying to pass a controversial bill again. It was passed last month, but judge blocked with a restraining order. Republicans thought they had gotten around the restraining order when they had the legislation published by an obscure state agency. They started the process of enforcing the law which limited collective bargaining rights for public employees. That was stopped yesterday. A judge ruled that the restraining order will remain in place for at least two months while she decides whether Republicans passed the law illegally. Fitzgerald says the law was passed properly the first time, so there's no reason to do it again. That means the GOP has to wait for the case to make its way through the courts.