Assembly Speaker demanded governor accept a package of poison pills he’d already vetoed
Legislators work on cookie-cutter proposals sent out by right wing groups because gerrymandering means they don’t need to get bill ideas from their constituents.
Assembly Speaker says legislators have figured out how to cancel a health emergency but still get the federal cash attached to a health emergency.
Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke wrote he wanted to “figure out some guardrails,” providing illusion of Republicans being open to reform while making Democrats look bad.
Republican legislators pause efforts to kill face mask safeguards. A bill likely to be vetoed by Gov. Evers is on hold, too.
Last time, blocking access to his feed cost Wisconsin taxpayers $200,000 in court costs.
Slow pace that is driving divisive political rhetoric could change when President-elect Joe Biden takes office, launching $20 billion national vaccination program to vaccinate 100 million people in first 100 days.
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