November 14, 2013


Wisconsin Moves to Limit Recalls

The Wisconsin state Assembly "kicked off a raucous, likely late-night session Thursday by approving the first of two proposals limiting the ability of voters to recall elected officials -- measures Republicans are advancing because of a wave of attempts to recall Gov. Scott Walker and state senators in 2011 and 2012," the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

"The twin proposals -- one a change to state law, the other an amendment to the state constitution -- would limit recalls to those who have been charged with crimes or ethics violations."










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