“Contrary to some pessimists, I actually think there’s a lot that the Governor (Evers) can get done with the legislature if he focuses on what you might call bread and butter issues. The public here and around the country has shown for a long time they want problems solved and the two parties to cooperate. There’s really not a support for partisan division much any longer and I think that’s true at the national level as well as the state level,” said Michael Kraft, a retired (Emeritus) professor at UW-Green Bay. See the story.
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