November 18, 2013 •
Wisconsin Legislature Ends Regular Session
Lawmakers ended the 2013 regular session early Friday morning, November 15, 2013, after approving an anti-abortion license plate, increased coverage for mental health services, and changes to voting hours and voter ID laws.
The first special session concerning property tax relief concluded earlier this week, but Gov. Scott Walker plans to call a second special session sometime in December to delay the transfer of Medicaid cases from BadgerCare to health exchanges.
Legislators return for the 2014 regular session January 14, 2014.
Photo of the Wisconsin State Capitol by Dori on Wikimedia Commons.
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