Dems take control of state Legislature
If Gov. Jim Doyle stays in Madison, he should have no problem getting almost anything he wants from the Legislature.
That's because Democrats won the majority in the state Assembly Tuesday for the first time since 1994 and they kept their current majority in the Senate.
Republicans had a 51-47 advantage going into the election, but with some returns still out, it looks like Democrats will have a 52-46 edge in the new session in January, with one Independent.