State of Wisconsin

Republican attempts to limit executive power in light of Evers win may prove unsuccessful, UW experts say

Evers begins transition amid Republican attempts to limit gubernatorial power

City of Madison

‘You are the winter soldiers:’ hundreds gather at the Capitol to protest Wisconsin Republicans

After recent Republican proposals, people protested outside Capitol building

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Rare lame-duck session strips Wisconsin’s democracy of legitimacy, cheats voters

The legislation put forward is a clear, last-minute grab for power by bitter Republican legislature

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Evers, Democrats must build base to overcome Republican obstructionism

Only meaningful response to Republican stonewalling is to build broad, popular support for a progressive vision

State of Wisconsin

Evers confirms plans to dissolve public-private jobs agency

Evers calls for public economic development agency to replace semi-private Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

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UPDATE: Walker’s loss, his destructive education policies will linger for years

Though Tony Evers will take assume governorship next year, effects of Walker's tenure are long-lasting and severe

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Evers has opportunity to find common interest with Republican legislature on prison reform

By considering GOP’s interests in minimal government and law enforcement, newly-elected Democrats can gain support from GOP-controlled government

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Gridlock does not prevent good governance — it is good governance

Though legislative detente may seem useless, it creates a favorable business environment, reduces spending

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Longevity of Evers’ education appointments, investments, depend on assembly bipartisanship

Due to the long term-limits and staggered appointments to the Board of Regents, Evers' impact on education could outlive his time as governor

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Point Counterpoint: The Blue Wave has finally washed over Wisconsin

Midterm election results will lead to a continuation of Wisconsin progressiveness