MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Assembly plans to meet next week for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak began in Wisconsin.
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Assembly leaders notified members Friday that they plan to call a virtual extraordinary session on Tuesday morning.
It's unclear what they may take up. Republican leaders have been working on a pandemic aid bill with Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.
The governor said earlier this week that he would veto the GOP's latest proposal because it gives the Legislature's Republican-controlled budget committee carte blanche authority to cut state spending.
Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke tweeted those provisions have been cut.