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Lawsuit seeks to invalidate lame-duck laws

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Lawsuit seeks to invalidate lame-duck laws

Lawsuit seeks to invalidate lame-duck laws

Patrick Marley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel explains the grounds for a lawsuit seeking to overturn laws that limit the authority of Gov.

Tony Evers.

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