La Crosse, WI (WXOW) The president received some criticism when he suggested he’d raise bi-partisanship on some issues during his State of the Union address.
UW-La Crosse political analyst Tim Dale says, that’s not a surprise. He says people don’t vote for bi-partisanship, but it’s required to pass legislation. That’s especially true in a divided government.
Dale says working together is the only way something is going to pass right now.