Wisconsin’s February and April elections will decide the future of reproductive rights, legislative maps, the governor’s powers, and maybe even the results of the 2024 presidential election.
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To borrow a line from Disney's Frozen, "for the first time in forever" every moment of 2022 was not defined by COVID.
Instead, a large chunk of the year's health headlines was devoted to the overturning of reproductive options and its impact on Wisconsin women.
But not all headlines were bad. Here are several "good news" standouts.
After being reelected in the midterms, state House Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and state Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu signal they may be willing to negotiate with Gov. Tony Evers on how to use the state’s record budget surplus.