Republicans could try to get around the issue by passing the bill again, but party leaders said again Friday they have no plans to do that.
“We passed the law correctly, legally the first time,” Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said in a statement. “Passing the law correctly and legally a second or third time wouldn’t change anything. It certainly wouldn’t stop another activist judge and room full of lawyers from trying to start this merry-go-round all over again.”
Via Sheboygan Press.
More likely, Fitzgerald knows he doesn’t have the votes to pass the bill a second time.