Wisconsin’s Democratic Gov. Tony Evers tried for months to get the Republican-controlled Legislature to take up a pair of gun control bills, holding news conferences and touting polls showing strong public support. When Republicans wouldn’t budge, Evers turned up the heat by using an executive order — his 54th in less than a year — to call a special session on the issue.

“We need an up-or-down vote,” Evers said. “We have to get this done, folks.”

Read the source article at Homepage