MADISON (WKOW) — State Representative Peter Barca (D-Kenosha) wrote a letter to Governor Walker urging him to save his legacy and veto all legislation passed during the lame-duck session.
Rep. Barca also weighs in on how Walker said part of the package of bills won’t fundamental strip away powers from the incoming governor and attorney general. The governor argues Gov.-elect Tony Evers will still have some of the strongest veto powers in the nation.
Plus, Karen Gefvert director of government relations for the Wisconsin Farm Bureau breaks down the farm bill. How it impacts farmers and why she says to will generally improve programs like the crop insurance programs.