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Gov. Tony Evers can order Wisconsin lawmakers to meet in special session to talk about new gun laws, but he cannot order them to actually talk.
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Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said he does not plan to hold a formal vote on gun-control legislation during the special session ordered this week by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.