The state Capitol "has displayed a decorated tree in the rotunda every year during the Christmas holiday season since 1916, and it has been traditionally referred to as a 'Christmas Tree,'" Rep. Scott Krug said.
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Open records advocates are blasting the Evers administration for failing to champion principles of open government.
The Department of Administration on Monday announced Brad Pfaff has joined the department.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has re-named the Christmas tree a "holiday tree," while Assembly Republicans want to recognize National Bible Week.
Brad Pfaff, who served in the agency's top role since January before the Senate fired him, will not return to the department.
Republicans, who control 63 of 99 seats in the Assembly, were unable to muster Democratic support for the overrides.
The chamber isn't acting on a package of homelessness bills.
The Evers administration says it's working to persuade Senate Republicans to help prevent Brad Pfaff from being let go.
Brad Pfaff has led the agriculture department since January.