Schimel says he's started a drug take-back program to help address the issue. Touts the "Dose of Reality" public awareness campaign.
1. Target large drug operations.
2. Expand access to treatment.
3. Hold pharmaceutical companies accountable.
4. Expand Medicaid under Obamacare, which he says would make treatment more available.
"It has a lot of the earmarks of a lawsuit," he says of the investigation.
"Let them make that decision," he says.
"This is a fake argument," Schimel says.
"I'm proud of that case," Kaul says.
But he adds it was appropriate for Schimel to defend those laws.
Schimel notes that would put a political appointee in charge of the case.
"They're not going to differ from you," Schimel says.
(Schimel sided with Gov. @ScottWalker and tried to block special elections this year. The elections were held after Walker and Schimel lost in court.)
"If one person votes improperly, then they've watered down" others' votes, he says.
Schimel says he handles some cases as Waukesha County DA, but the cases were beyond the statute of limitations. "I don't indict by headline," he says.
Kaul says AG should review credible allegations if there are any.
"Locking them up doesn't change the underlying behavior," he says.
He says he has fulfilled promises, argues Kaul has not given any specific plans.
"We've delivered results," he says.
Says state needs to treat opioid epidemic like a crisis, has to do more on sexual assault, must protect environment.