Once upon a time, Wisconsin governors and legislators decided the rules for the next general election. The Legislature would pass new election-related changes, negotiate any needed compromise, and governors would sign those changes into law.

So much for the civics-textbook lessons of how a bill becomes a law.

Steven Walters started

covering the Capitol in 1988. Contact him at stevenscot

walters@gmail.com

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