State legislators have been busy this month at the Capitol. We catch up with a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Then we hear from the state’s elections administrator, who Republican lawmakers are trying to fire.
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Last week in Wisconsin politics
September is turning into a big month for Wisconsin politics. Assembly Republicans are touting an “Iowa-style” process for redrawing election maps. Planned Parenthood says it’s reopening abortion services after more than a year. We get a political roundup from a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter.
Wisconsin's top election official responds to push for her dismissal
On Thursday, Wisconsin Senate Republicans voted to oust nonpartisan elections administrator Meagan Wolfe, arguing the move is to address a lack of confidence in the integrity of Wisconsin elections. The election official at the center of the legal battle joins us.
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