There's opposition to a plan to help pregnant Wisconsin girls get to school.
Current state law says school districts only have to provide taxpayer-funded transportation when a student lives more than two miles from school. A provision in the state budget provides an exception for girls who are pregnant and live less than two miles from their education destination.
Republican Representative Steve Nass (R-Whitewater) isn't happy about the proposal. He says there's no reason for the change and it makes no sense whatsoever.
Nass says it's like the state is rewarding pregnant girls with a ride to school for sexual indiscretions.
Some Democrats are also raising questions about the budget item.