Governor’s Ability to Revise Bills Up to Vote


Wisconsin’s governors can do more than veto legislation they don’t like — they currently have broad authority to strike words and numbers to recraft legislation. Voters will get to determine whether that should be unconstitutional. A referendum question deciding that issue will be on the April first ballot. Shamane Mills reports…

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