The Wisconsin Nurses Association says a bill creating a separate license for nurse practitioners and other nurses with advanced training will come up again. Association leaders are unhappy that Governor Tony Evers vetoed the legislation after several physician groups came out in opposition. Association C-E-O Gina Dennik-Champion says a measure creating the separate type of license will come back next legislative session and she says she hopes there will be an administration present that will sign it into law. About eight-thousand Wisconsin nurses have advanced degrees.

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