‘UpFront’: Fitzgerald says lame-duck bills protect policy, Erpenbach calls them a ‘power grab’

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Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald described some of the GOP's controversial lame-duck session legislation as "innocuous items" and said Republicans were just "protecting some of the public policy" they passed in eight years under outgoing Gov. Scott Walker.
In an interview that aired Sunday on "UpFront with Mike Gousha," Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, also predicted Democratic Gov.-elect Tony Evers would be the most liberal governor Wisconsin has ever seen. "UpFront" is produced in partnership with WisPolitics.com.
In last week's extraordinary session, Republicans passed legislation widely viewed...

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