Wisconsin’s governor is taking the credit for an overhaul at the state’s unemployment office that passed nearly unanimously though the state legislature.
Governor Tony Evers yesterday signed the law that will update the computers at the Department of Workforce Development. He said it was his special session that pushed lawmakers to act.
But we will show you different sides so you can decide, the Republicans who control the state legislature say the governor could have acted on his own months ago. Republicans say they essentially did the governor’s job for him.