Rep. Milroy Disappointed With Partisan Approach To Sporting Heritage
Rep. Nick Milroy: ‘The citizens of Wisconsin deserve better’
WILL, Scott Walker Urge U.S. Supreme Court To Take Wisconsin Press Freedom Case
Case involves Governor Evers' decision to exclude certain journalists from press briefings
Former Representative Romaine Quinn Announces Candidacy For State Senate
Quinn stated that voters deserve to have a senator that shares their northern Wisconsin values.
Gov. Evers Signs Executive Order On Indigenous Peoples Day
Evers Signs EO on Indigenous Peoples Day Issuing Formal Acknowledgement, Apology for State’s Historical Role in Indian Boarding Schools.
Rep. Milroy Joins Efforts To Expand Homestead Tax Credit
'Legislation would increase the maximum income and index the thresholds'
Gov. Evers Orders Flags To Half-Staff In Honor Of Wisconsin Firefighters
“Wisconsin firefighters are some of the strongest, bravest, and most resilient folks we have here in the state and we owe our public safety to them every single day,” said Gov. Evers.
Gov. Evers Grants 15 Pardons, Brings Total Pardons Granted To 278
Gov. Tony Evers announced today that he has granted another 15 pardons.
Rep. Armstrong: Working To Address Housing Shortage
“As executive director of the Barron County Economic Development Corporation, workforce housing is one of the biggest challenges to connecting workers to good-paying, family- supporting jobs"
Senator Stafsholt: Evers Administration Fails Sportsmen And Rural WI Again
Rob Stafsholt issued the following statement in response to the DNR's "unprecedented decision" to reject the Natural Resources Board NRB fall wolf hunt quota.
Republican Ryan Owens Drops Out Of Race For Attorney General
"To be clear, I strenuously disagree with the recent attacks against me. They are wrong. Wrong on principle and wrong on substance."
WILL To Kenosha County Health Department: No Legal Authority To Close Schools
Local health department told schools they could be closed due to COVID
Rep. Nick Milroy: Wisconsin Deserves Fair Maps
A Guest Column from Representative Nick Milroy
Gov. Evers, Legislators Introduce Legislative Package To Invest In Agricultural Industries And Farm Families
Legislation aims to build off Gov. Evers' 2021-23 biennial budget investments
Civics Education Bill Passes Assembly
“Only half of Americans could name all three branches of government, and nearly a quarter could not name a single one,” said Rep. Vos.
Rep. Magnafici Takes Lead On Accountability
'The first bill, Assembly Bill 414, ensures racist and sexist ideas such as Critical Race Theory are not pushed on state employees.'
Rep. Armstrong Votes For Education Package
The Assembly met to consider a series of education proposals to prohibit race and sex stereotyping in classroom instruction, improve curriculum and school finance transparency, and require civics education in high schools.
WILL Wins First Amendment Lawsuit Against Marquette County Sheriff
WILL sued after Sheriff threatened teen with arrest for social media post
Longtime Johnson Aide Ben Voelkel Announces Campaign For Lieutenant Governor
Ben Voelkel, a longtime senior aide to U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, announced his candidacy for lieutenant governor.
Gov. Evers, Democrats Announce Legislation Repealing the Personal Property Tax
Gov. Tony Evers introduced legislation repealing Wisconsin’s personal property tax and creating a new state aid payment to compensate local governments for their lost revenue.
More Than 142,000 Individuals Receive First Dose During Vaccine $100 Reward Program
“I want to thank the Wisconsinites who have stepped up to protect themselves, their community, and our state in the battle against COVID-19 and the Delta variant,” said Gov. Tony Evers.
Rep. Gae Magnafici: Taking Action On Addiction
A Guest Column from 28th Assembly District Representative Gae Magnafici
Gov. Evers, Attorney General Kaul File Motion To Intervene In Redistricting Lawsuit
Governor asks to intervene in lawsuit asking a federal court to draw Wisconsin’s electoral maps
Rebecca Kleefisch Launches Campaign For Governor
Former Republican Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch formally announced her candidacy for Wisconsin Governor in 2022
Gov. Evers, DHS Announce Deputy Secretary Willems Van Dijk To Retire
Deputy Secretary Willems Van Dijk will depart DHS on September 10, 2021. Deb Standridge will begin her new role at DHS the following week.