What the Wisconsin Legislature in its lame duck session has done is attempted to nullify the November election. Specifically, Tony Evers and Josh Kaul campaigned with the promise that they would save the Obamacare "pre-existing conditions" legislation.

The Republican Legislature is now trying to take that power of the governor and attorney general away. That power existed at the time Tony and Josh were elected.

Here's why the Republican Legislature can't take this power. The power of election is stronger than the powers of the Legislature. Changing the powers of an office after an election has to be unconstitutional as election nullification.

If Democrats want to lead, they'd better get on this.

Ed Fischer