Hutchinson says political climate must change to get results

Retired 1st District State Assemblymember Dave Hutchinson does not like the current state of partisan politics being conducted in the state and nationally.  Having served in the state assembly from 1995 until 2001, Hutchinson says today’s politicians must reach across the aisle and work together to get things done.



Hutchinson, 75,  says his most notable accomplishment in the assembly was getting a $375 million technology bill for computers passed for public schools in the mid-1990s that became a national model.  He adds that he is hopeful state Republicans can work with Governor Tony Evers, who he considers is a good guy.    


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