I share this because I think the opinion of the Cap Times that the lawmakers were the lawless ones and the "dissenters" (mob) were the ones behaving appropriately. This rule seems reasonable to me. If you're ejected three times, you're clearly a troublemaker. And it's not permanent, as this editorialy falsely claims, it's for the remainder of the current legislative session. Permanent would be for life.
Personally I feel Republicans didn't go nearly far enough in trying to rein in the mobs that ruled Madison during the Act 10 debate. I was in the Capitol when all hell broke loose. It was a mob. The intent of the mob was to keep the state from doing its business. If this is too oppressive, what rule would the Cap Times be okay with?