GOP bills would restrict Evers’, Kaul’s powers, limit in-person absentee voting


GOP lawmakers are considering sweeping new changes to state law that would restrict the powers of Gov.-elect Tony Evers and incoming Dem AG Josh Kaul.
The proposals also include changes to in-person absentee voting and state tax law, as well as stripping the guv of the power to appoint the WEDC agency head.
Still, it wasn’t clear all of the provisions in the bill drafts will make the final cut once Republicans meet next week in extraordinary session. For example, the bills include a provision that would move the 2020 presidential primary off the April ballot, but there is a split between the A...

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