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Gov. Evers Signs Executive Order Directing State-Managed Law Enforcement To Review & Update Use Of Force Policies

Gov. Tony Evers today signed Executive Order #111

Gov. Evers Releases Statement On Verdict In Chauvin Trial

Gov. Tony Evers today released the following statement on the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.

Governor Evers, DHS Announce More Than $175 Million To Support COVID-19 Testing In Schools

'Federal funding to develop a program to support school-based COVID-19 testing for teachers, staff, and students'

Senator Bewley: Smoke And Mirrors: The Republican’s 'Year Of Nothing'

Sen. Janet Bewley (D-Mason) statement on today’s Senate session

USDA, Gov. Evers Preserve $70 Million A Month In Food Assistance For Wisconsin

Evers: More than 400,000 Wisconsin households to continue seeing emergency food assistance as state COVID-19 cases trend in wrong direction

Rep. Armstrong Votes For Stimulus Package

Package Includes Armstrong Rural Economic Development Proposal

Rep. Edming Backs Use Of Stimulus Funding To Meet Critical Needs

The 11 bill package provides funds for broadband expansion, supports long-term care facilities, helps rural economic development, and more.

Rep Magnafici: Assembly Passes Sales Tax Holiday

The State Assembly passed Assembly Bill 242, which creates a summer-long Sales Tax Holiday for some industries impacted by COVID-19.

Rep. Armstrong To Hold Budget Listening Sessions

These listening sessions will be opportunities for constituents to share their thoughts with Rep. Armstrong about the 2021-2023 state budget proposal currently under consideration in the Legislature.

Jill Underly Defeats Deborah Kerr In State Superintendent Election

Jill Underly will be Wisconsin's next state superintendent

Gov. Evers Declares State Of Emergency In Wisconsin Due To Elevated Wildfire Conditions

Gov. Tony Evers today signed Executive Order #110 declaring a State of Emergency in response to elevated wildfire conditions throughout our state.

Everyone 16 And Older In Wisconsin Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine Starting Today

Gov. Tony Evers, with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), today announced everyone age 16 and over will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting April 5, 2021.

Gov. Evers Grants 17 Pardons, Brings Total Pardons Granted To 174

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers granted pardons to the following people

Stafsholt Authors Legislation to Prohibit 'Vaccination Passports'

Senator Rob Stafsholt issues statement after introducing legislation in reaction to recent reports about a possible federal mandate from the Biden-Harris Administration for a “vaccination passport”:

Representative Magnafici Stands Up To Discrimination

Representative Gae Magnafici today released a bill that makes it illegal for businesses to discriminate based on a patron’s vaccination record.

St. Croix Falls Mayor Announces Sales And Development Of Civic Center And Auditorium

The city of St. Croix Falls is proud to announce the commencement of historic building redevelopment of the historic Civic Auditorium building.

(UPDATE) Wisconsin Supreme Court Overturns Mask Mandate

Supreme Court rules 4-3 Evers exceeded his authority with multiple COVID-19 public health emergencies

Rep. Milroy: Expungement Reform Needed In Wisconsin

Milroy: Let’s make a good program even better to provide more second chances

Washburn County Seeking Applicants For Veterans Service Officer

Washburn County is seeking applicants for the position of County Veterans Service Officer

Gov. Evers Signs Fourteen Bills; Vetoes Two

Gov. Evers vetoes bill requiring plan for state workers to return to offices

Senator Rob Stafsholt’s Amendment Eliminates $431 Million In Surprise Taxes

Rep Stafsholt: "My amendment passed in committee and was attached to the Senate bill."

Rep. Edming Votes To Protect Personal Freedoms And Provide Legislative Oversight

Representative James Edming voted to approve a package of bills that protect the personal freedoms of Wisconsinites and provide legislative oversight.

Rep. Armstrong Votes On COVID Package

The State Assembly met to pass a number of bills to limit government overreach, protect workers, and ensure legislative oversight of government spending.