Governor-elect Tony Evers wants Governor Walker to use his veto pen on the lame-duck bills.
Majority Republicans passed a series of proposals, limiting the power of the governor and attorney general, in an all-night session that ended Wednesday morning.
Evers says he hopes people will contact the governor’s office to convince Walker to change his thinking.
Republican leaders say they want to restore the balance of power in state government.
Incoming attorney general Josh Kaul says Republicans are focused on their own power, and taking it away from not only the executive branch, but people who voted in record numbers.
Governor Walker has signaled his support for the lame-duck bills.