We now have more details about the vice president’s visit to Eau Claire on Thursday.
Gov.-elect Evers today called on Gov. Scott Walker to veto the recently passed bills limiting the power of the governor and attorney general.
Senator Baldwin is praising the newly proposed farm bill while hesitating to support President Trump’s new trade proposals.
Governor-elect Tony Evers is reacting hours after the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature approved a sweeping package of bills weakening him and the incoming Democratic attorney general, Josh Kaul.
Republican leaders have yet to reach an agreement regarding proposals they hope to pass during the lame-duck session. The Assembly has not convened yet. The lawmakers have been delayed since 1 p.m.
Prosecutors on Tuesday filed a sentencing memorandum in the case of Flynn, who pleaded guilty last year to lying to the FBI regarding conversations about sanctions with the Russian ambassador.
Emerson said with a state that has split results, this should be a time where everyone comes together.
Wisconsin Assembly set to go into session at 4 p.m., final vote on lame-duck bills expected yet Tuesday
Lawmakers are expected to vote Tuesday night on a series of proposals, which if passed would go to Governor Walker’s desk for signature just five weeks before Tony Evers takes over.
Fitzgerald said he was surprised to hear Evers is calling lame-duck session legislation “outrageous.”
Two people with knowledge of the discussions tell The Associated Press on Thursday that the bill is in the mix.
Fitzgerald met privately with his caucus before talking to reporters on Tuesday. He said moving the 2020 election would boost Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly’s chances of keeping his seat.