Get this: The union argued that Rauner couldn’t impose the changes because the state labor board initially issued an oral opinion, and a written opinion was required. Well the written order came Dec. 5. LeChien was given a copy by the governor’s office, yet LeChien choose to ignore it and issued a temporary restraining order dated Dec. 5 — even though it surfaced the next day — based on the union’s argument that there was no written opinion.