The Wisconsin Senate has begun debate at 3 p.m. on a series of controversial bills that will affect the powers of the incoming Democratic administration.
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The Assembly will begin debate about 4 p.m., according to Rep. Jim Steineke, with a final vote expected by the end of the day.
During a Tuesday afternoon news conference, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said the measures are designed to bring equal balance to the executive and legislative branches of government. Democrats, however, are calling it a last-minute power grab.
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