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Wisconsin entered the Union as the 30th state with the final signing, by President James K. Polk, on May 29, 1848.
Wisconsin has a bicameral legislative system, with a 99-member Assembly elected every two years and a 33-member Senate elected every four years. The governor wields veto power and also has a powerful weapon: the line-item veto.
Wisconsin has always relished its penchant for progressive, and occasionally even radical, politics.
© Thomas Huhti from Moon Wisconsin, 5th Edition