In rejecting the law passed by the GOP-controlled Wisconsin legislature during its infamous lame-duck session in November, after voters elected Democrats to all major statewide offices, the judge said the legislation was similar to that he voided two years ago. So why did the GOP try this move again? Why did Joan Ballweg and Luther Olsen support vote for this? Read the article in full.
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