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Proposal would change how bills take effect

5:26 PM, Jan. 28, 2013
After their signature collective bargaining bill took effect in 2011 days later than they hoped, some Republicans now want to cut out the middleman when it comes to enacting state laws.
After their signature collective bargaining bill took effect in 2011 days later than they hoped, some Republicans now want to cut out the middleman when it comes to enacting state laws.
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After their signature collective bargaining bill took effect in 2011 days later than they hoped, some Republicans now want to cut out the middleman when it comes to enacting state laws.

Sen. Glenn Grothman, R-West Bend, is sponsoring a bill speeding through the Senate that would eliminate one step in the process - the secretary of state. The measure passed the committee Grothman chairs, the Senate Judiciary and Labor Committee, on a party-line 3-2 vote Monday. It's scheduled for a vote by the full Senate on Tuesday.

Under current law, once a bill is signed, it is deposited with the secretary of ...

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