The Wisconsin Supreme Court has reversed lower court rulings on employee unions in the state fighting de-certification.  The unions had argued the state’s Employee Relations Commission over-stepped its authority when it de-certified two locals.  The Act 10 state law, backed by Governor Scott Walker, requires annual re-certification elections for state and municipal employees.  The two unions missed a yearly deadline by one hour.  The high court determined the commission does have the power to de-certify collective bargaining groups if they don’t file election work before the deadline.