Gov. Tony Evers Vetoes Changes To Sex Offender Residency Requirements
Wisconsin Public Radio
Gov. Tony Evers has vetoed a bipartisan bill that would have allowed sex offenders to live less than 1,500 feet from schools and public parks.
Wisconsin Gov. Evers (D) vetoed a bill that'd have loosened the state's stringent limits on where people on sexual offense registry can live.
The bill had passed (GOP-run) legislature UNANIMOUSLY. DA Association backed it too.