MADISON (WKOW) -- The State Senate and Assembly are expected to take up several high-profile bills on Tuesday.
The Assembly will debate a bill to increase the speed limit on Wisconsin's interstates and a bill that would make it harder to force schools to drop American Indian nicknames.
The Senate is expected to vote on a bill that would allow bar owners to sue underage patrons. They will also take up and likely pass Governor Scott Walker's proposed $100 million property tax cut.
For more information on each of the bills being discussed in the State Senate and Assembly, look for the individual stories on our homepage.
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