MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Latest on Wisconsin lame-duck legislative session (all times local):
Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker is weighing whether to sign a sweeping package of bills that would weaken the powers of his Democratic successor.
Walker spokesman Tom Evenson said Thursday that the governor was reviewing the bills that passed early Wednesday morning during a rare lame-duck legislative session. The Republican-controlled Legislature approved the measures following overnight debate.
Evenson didn’t give a time frame for when Walker would act. Walker has 10 days to take action once the bills are delivered to him.