Legislature passes joint resolution reopening the Capitol to the public
MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin State Senate and State Assembly passed a joint resolution reopening the Wisconsin State Capitol to the public on Monday.
“The state Capitol building is an area of shared governance between co-equal branches of government. Our Joint Resolution re-opens the doors of the Capitol to ensure the public has open and easy access to their elected representatives and to preserve our ability to exercise our core powers and duties,” said Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu.
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