Vetoed Bills

Vetoed Bills

Last Friday, Governor Evers signed thirty-five bills and vetoed forty-three, a ratio that is in keeping with his pattern since he took office. In summary, Democrat Evers has vetoed over thirty percent of the bills he’s been given by the Republican-controlled legislature. Among the bills he vetoed most recently was one that would have required employers to accept documentation demonstrating natural immunity against COVID in lieu of proof of vaccination or regular testing. The governor claims he’s following the science.

Among the bills the governor vetoed were several election-reform bills designed to close loopholes in existing laws that were exploited in the twenty-twenty election. Several dealt with how absentee ballots would be handled and clarified what indefinitely confined means relative to receiving an absentee ballot. The governor has vetoed every election-reform bill he has received.

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