That said, the fast-track option appears more likely. The Assembly bill has already unanimously passed the Elections and Campaign Reform Committee and the Senate earlier passed -- with no opposition -- its version of the bill on a voice vote. The bill, then, seems to have the support of both parties in the Wisconsin legislature. That includes the Republican majorities in both chambers.
The Rules Committee has no meetings currently scheduled,1 but the legislature is set to reconvene next week for an extended, late-year floor period (September 13-22).
1 UPDATE: In the time since FHQ posted this, a meeting notice for tomorrow has been posted for the Assembly Rules Committee. The committee will be in executive session. Additionally, the AP is reporting that the Senate-passed bill (SB 115) will be considered by the Assembly on Tuesday.