UP: Cancer patients. Despite efforts by Republican leaders to suppress it, a bill that would make oral chemotherapy medication cheaper is approved by the state Assembly by a 75-18 vote. The bill -- which would cap co-payments at $100 a month -- now heads back to the Senate, which passed a similar version earlier, and Gov. Scott Walker has said he'll sign it. Health insurers oppose the bill, saying it will cost them money.
DOWN: Voters. The state Assembly, in a 56-to-38 vote, approves a bill that would restrict the number of hours municipalities can have for early voting, sending the measure to Gov. Walker.