Gov. Tony Evers will call lawmakers into a special session to act on gun violence next month, saying it’s needed to save lives. He announced the move in a swing of stops, including Wausau, on Monday. “These are common-sense solutions that we know can save lives because they have already done so in states that have adopted them. It’s that simple,” Evers said in Wausau. “Two bills that we know, without a doubt, without ambiguity, this is what the majority of the people in the state want.” One...
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