Gary Hebl: Gov. Evers calls special session to give people a voice

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On Wednesday, September 21, Governor Tony Evers called a special session to force the legislature to consider legislation that would give the people of Wisconsin more power by allowing them to gather signatures to force a statewide vote on three potential issues: a veto referendum, allowing the people to vote down unpopular legislation passed by the legislature; a ballot initiative, allowing the people to propose their own legislation if the legislature is ignoring th...

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