Senator Janet Bewley Joins DrydenWire Live Thursday Morning

Ben Dryden will be chatting with the Senator from the 25th District and current Senate Minority Leader, Janet Bewley

Gov. Evers Statement On Special Session To Do What’s Best For Kids

Republicans reject more than $400 million for K-12, more than $100 million for higher education

Rep. Armstrong Votes To Override Evers UI Veto

Armstrong: "This is unacceptable and hurts not only businesses, but also the employees they do have, their customers, and their communities."

Rep. Magnafici Votes To Override Gov’s Veto

"Today I am voting to override Governor Evers’ veto of AB 336, which ends the bonus handout for being unemployed."

Gov. Evers 'Calls Legislature Into Special Session To Do What’s Best For Kids'

Governor announces special session plan to put more than $400 million into K-12, more than $100 million into higher education

Gov. Evers Announces More Than $22 Million Of Public Infrastructure Grants To Wisconsin Municipalities

Spooner, Winter among communities receiving CDBG Public Facility awards

Some Light At The End Of The Tunnel

A Column by State Senator Janet Bewley and Representative Beth Meyers

Representatives Request Copy of DWD Report (Again); Highlight Importance Of Trust Fund Balance

Joint press release from Representatives Petryk and Edming

Governor Evers, DHS Urge COVID-19 Vaccination Ahead Of 2021-2022 School Year

“Getting vaccinated now means we can help make sure our students are back in the classroom..."

Fitzgerald Cosponsors ‘End Zuckerbucks’ Bill

Legislation would amend the IRS to prohibit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organizations from directly funneling money into official election organizations

Gov. Evers Signs 'Ethan’s Law'

"Ethan's Law" is named in memory of 7-year-old Ethan Hauschultz.

Gov. Evers Orders Flags To Half-Staff In Honor Of U.S. Airforce Airman

Gov. Tony Evers today ordered the flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff

AG Kaul: DOJ Has Received 100 Clergy Abuse Reports Since Launching Inquiry

Survivors are still encouraged to report abuse at SupportSurvivors.widoj.gov or by calling 1-877-222-2620

Governor Evers Vetoes Two More Bills

Gov. Tony Evers has vetoed two more bills: Assembly Bills 369 and 293.

Governor Tony Evers Signs 12 More Bills Into Law, Vetoes 4 Others

Gov. Tony Evers has taken action on an additional 16 bills.

Rep. Edming: Governor Evers Refuses To Help The Timber Industry With Veto Of The 'Mill Bill'

Edming: "Evers can still make things right. He can allocate these federal funds on his own, something he has had the power to do all along."

Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu’s Statement On Wisconsin Budget

“The Legislature built a budget that will benefit everyone in our state.”

Rep. Magnafici Responds To Evers’ Partial Veto

Representative Gae Magnafici released the following statement after Governor Evers partially vetoed the Republican budget and Personal Property Tax Relief, which in total cut taxes over $3.4 billion

Gov. Evers Signs One Of The Largest Tax Cuts In Wisconsin State History

Governor provides more than $2 billion in individual tax relief, delivers on campaign promise to cut taxes for middle-class families by 10 percent

Rep. Magnafici: Evers Veto Costs Wisconsinites Over $2.2 Billion

'At the request of Rep. Magnafici the non-partisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau released a memo detailing Governor Evers’ past failures to cut Wisconsin families’ taxes'

Senator Stafsholt Takes A Vote To Cut Your Taxes

Madison, WI – Rob Stafsholt (R - New Richmond) issued the following statement after voting for the 2021-23 state budget

Senator Bewley's Statement On 21-23 Budget Vote

Senate Minority Leader Janet Bewley (D-Mason) has released the following statement

Gov. Evers Vetoes Assembly Bill 173

Gov. Tony Evers today vetoed Assembly Bill 173, one bill among several passed by Republicans in the Legislature that would affect election administration in Wisconsin.

Rep. Milroy Statement On Passage Of 2021-23 State Budget Bill

Rep. Nick Milroy released the following statement in response to the passage of Assembly Bill 68, the 2021-23 state biennial budget bill