Capital City Sunday: Rep. Jim Steineke & Dane County Clerk, One Wisconsin Now

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MADISON (WKOW) — Coming up on Capital City Sunday this week, Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke discusses some proposals ahead of the lame-duck session.

He also weighs in on federal funding to expand Medicaid, a move that Gov.-elect Tony Evers hopes to enact. The Republican also reveals his statewide plan to combat homelessness in Wisconsin. It focuses on housing, addiction treatment and government assistance.

Plus, Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell and Analiese Eicher from One Wisconsin Now break down the impact of moving the 2020 presidential primary date. Republican leaders want to move it from April to March. McDonell released a memo last week saying the move would be “impossible” to organize.

Lawmakers expect to begin floor debates on Tuesday.

 

Emilee Fannon

Emilee Fannon

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