Senate Republicans continue to be hung up on whether to include retired judges in one of the commissions that would replace the GAB.
Senate GOP leaders had hoped to be in today to take up the legislation, along with one to overhaul Wisconsin’s campaign finance laws. But without a deal on either bill, they pulled the plug on today’s planned floor meeting.
Myranda Tanck, a spokeswoman for Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, said members have been told to keep open the rest of the week for possible floor action with Wednesday and Thursday the last days scheduled for a regular session period this year.
She also raised the prospect the Legislature could come back in extraordinary session to deal with the bills. That’s, in part, because the Senate may make changes to both bills, which already cleared the Assembly.
“We haven’t ruled that out,” she said.
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