Assembly, Senate GOP leaders at odds over procedure to take up school safety bills

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The top Republicans in the Assembly and Senate have staked out different procedural plans for the guv's school safety proposals, leaving their fate up in the air.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said the chamber will come back for a one-day special session next week to take up the bills. But Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, said his chamber will pass a plan in regular session.
For the legislation to get to Walker's desk, both chambers would have to approve the same versions. That means the Senate could not pass in regular session bills the Assembly took up in special...

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