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Things to know about the new Wisconsin legislative session
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MADISON (AP) - Wisconsin legislators will start their next two-year session with plenty of pomp and circumstance Tuesday but the honeymoon will end quickly as lawmakers dive into a thicket of divisive budget issues. Some key things to know about the upcoming session: MEET THE NEW BOSSES, SAME AS THE OLD Republicans rode President-elect Donald Trump's momentum to their largest majorities in both the Senate and Assembly in decades. The GOP goes into the session with a 64-35 advantage in the Assembly, their largest since 1957, and a 20-13 edge in the Senate, their largest since 1971.