It's politics as usual in the state of Wisconsin as outgoing governor Scott Walker is pushing through a bill in a lame duck session which would change the 2020 primary date at a cost of millions of dollars and generally weaken the incoming democrat Governor and to benefit a State Supreme Court Justice among other things.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) ó Still stinging from an election loss, Wisconsin Republicans on Monday tried to push through measures that would weaken the incoming Democratic administration and allow outgoing Republican Gov. Scott Walker to make one last major mark on the stateís political landscape after his re-election defeat in November.

The measures, part of a rare lame-duck session, would change the 2020 presidential primary date at a cost of millions of dollars to benefit a conservative state Supreme Court justice. They would also diminish the governorís ability to adopt rules that enact state laws and shield the state jobs agency from his control.