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Legislature convenes, doesn’t take action on Evers’ bills

Legislative leaders on Monday convened a special session called for by Gov. Tony Evers to address police reform and racial equity, but didn’t immediately take up his plans. The lawmakers left the session open, rather than adjourn it, meaning they might take future action.
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Evers calls special session on police accountability, racial disparities

Gov. Tony Evers on Monday called a special session next week for the Legislature to take up a series of bills that target police accountability and that his administration previously said would help move the state toward equity, including a bill that would provide $1 million in grants for violence interruption programs that connect individuals to community supports.
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Evers settles with Nygren over public records on farmers’ mental health

The state of Wisconsin will pay $40,000 in attorney fees as part of a settlement over a lawsuit filed by a Republican lawmaker to resolve a request over public records on funding for a farmers’ mental health program, according to a statement from Gov. Tony Evers’ office.
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