The history of the Wisconsin Legislature suggests that most big ideas take more than one floor session to pass. From how the state pays for public schools to welfare reform, and from school vouchers to health care for low-income families, major initiatives rarely pass by acclamation in the Capitol. Read full Journal Sentinel commentary here.
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