GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL ROUNDUP: Assembly leaders haven't decided yet to remove Kramer from office
MADISON -- Wisconsin Assembly leaders have decided not to consider removing Waukesha Republican Bill Kramer from office. A spokeswoman for Speaker Robin Vos said they did not want to interfere with a criminal case filed against Kramer a week ago. He's charged with two felony sexual assault charges for allegedly pushing, kissing, and groping a female congressional aide in Muskego three years ago. His lawyer says Kramer will plead innocent when he appears in court on April 14th.