March 16, 2022 •
Wisconsin Ends General Session
The last general-business floorperiod of the 2021-2022 session of the Wisconsin General Assembly adjourned March 15.
Lawmakers finished work on 80 bills so they can focus on campaigning for the fall election.
Some bills are likely to be vetoed, including an expansion of the state’s school voucher program and a bill dividing the Milwaukee school district into four to eight smaller districts beginning in 2024.
A constitutional amendment also passed that would strip the governor of his ability to spend federal aid, giving that power to the Legislature.
Constitutional amendments must pass two consecutive legislative sessions and a statewide referendum.
Senate approval Tuesday marked the first session the proposal has passed.
A limited-business floorperiod will be held in April and a veto review floorperiod in May.
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