It's going to be a busy week for lawmakers under the capitol dome.
And a lot of the action starts Tuesday.
The Senate will take up a republican sponsored property tax bill.
The measure would help hold the line on property taxes, and is competing with a similar measure sponsored by Governor Jim Doyle.
Doyle says he'll veto the bill being debated tomorrow, because it doesn't guarantee funding for schools.
The Assembly will debate a resolution by Representative Steve Nass that would censure Ward Churchill. He's a controversial professor from Colorado scheduled to speak next month at U–W Whitewater.
And the assembly will also take up the Voter I–D bill.
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