Bills were approved by the state Senate last year but the proposals died in the Assembly when GOP leadership added immigration and school choice components.
Bipartisan bill died last year when Assembly Republicans attached language about voucher school and immigrants.
A group of lawmakers are seeking more funding to help a system of resources that's already strained.
Altoona superintendent will stay at a residence in Dane County
Last-minute, GOP add-ons threaten bipartisan deal 30 other states have passed
Effort to prevent future backlogs now bogged down in immigration and school voucher provisions
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