GOP leaders looking at splitting budget into two bills to get around Evers partial veto

GOP legislative leaders are considering splitting the budget into two bills -- one that would outline spending and the other containing policy -- in an attempt to get around the guv’s partial veto authority.
Gov. Tony Evers has the most powerful partial veto authority in the country, but can only use it on legislation that includes appropriations. Splitting the budget into two bills would mean Evers couldn’t rework policy Republicans want to include as part of the plan and would be forced to either sign the full bill or veto it.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, told he ...

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