It looks like @GovEvers may have a deal with at least Senate Republicans on a new COVID-19 deal.
@GovEvers .@GovEvers: "I’ve been grateful to work together with Republican Majority Leader LeMahieu to find common ground and pass a bill on COVID-19 that reflects a good faith effort in compromise and bipartisanship."
@GovEvers "Although it's not the COVID compromise we originally proposed, AB 1 as amended by the Senate is a good start to support our state’s response to this pandemic. The Assembly should pass AB 1 as it was amended today and send it to my desk for my signature without delay.”
@GovEvers Doesn't sound like Assembly Republicans support the deal between Senate Republicans and @GovEvers.
@GovEvers "I am incredibly disappointed that today, the state Senate passed a bill that fails to address so many of the issues we’re hearing from constituents from all over the state," Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke said in a statement.

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13 Jan
.@GovEvers' third State of the State address will be delivered virtually here:
@GovEvers The speech starts now with a slideshow of Evers pre- and post-start of the pandemic.
@GovEvers And some pretty shots of the Wisconsin State Capitol.
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GOP Senate Majority Leader moves to table (or reject) the resolution.
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@DanielBice The top of the party's homepage is the Latin phrase "Si vis pacem, para bellum," which is followed by its translation:

"If you want peace, prepare for war."
@DanielBice State GOP Chairman @AndrewHittGOP said in a statement that violence for political purposes is always unacceptable, no matter where it occurs.

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3 Dec 20
The Wisconsin Supreme Court rules 4-3 not to accept a lawsuit brought by President Donald Trump's campaign challenging the Nov. 3 election results.
Conservative justice Brian Hagedorn joined the court's liberal minority to reject the petition for original action on the basis that lawsuits over recounts are required by state law to be filed in circuit court, where fact-finding can occur.
"We do well as a judicial body to abide by time-tested judicial norms, even — and maybe especially — in high-profile cases. Following the law governing challenges to election results is no threat to the rule of law," Hagedorn wrote.
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3 Dec 20
President Donald Trump's campaign says he has filed a federal lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's election results.
Trump has filed the lawsuit in the Eastern District, according to court records.
The lawsuit is filed against Gov. Tony Evers, state and local election officials, mayors of five liberal-leaning Wisconsin cities, and Secretary of State Doug La Follette (who, unlike other states, does not oversee elections in Wisconsin).
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2 Dec 20
WI health officials expect COVID-19 vaccine doses to arrive in a couple weeks.

Health care workers who see COVID-19 patients, residents of long-term care or assisted living facilities, people over age 65, and some essential workers will get it first.…
People should expect to receive two shots, either 21 days or 28 days apart, to develop immunity to the new coronavirus.
The second phase will include all those from Phase 1 who have yet to be vaccinated, along with "other critical populations to be determined."
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