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State Superintendent Dr. Jill Underly Op-Ed On Teaching About Race And Racism

"Teaching about race and racism is essential, it is culturally relevant, it is good teaching, and saying otherwise is not only problematic, it’s racist."

Stafsholt 'Best Interest' Legislation Signed Into Law

Senate Bill 644 authored by Sen. Rob Stafsholt relating to best interest in annuity transactions was signed into law by Governor Evers.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Chooses Maps Drawn By Republicans In New Redistricting Decision

The court handed down its ruling in a 4-3 decision Friday.

Kelly Westlund Announces Candidacy For State Senate

Westlund will run to replace State Senator Janet Bewley who is retiring from public service at the end of the year.

WATCH: Tom Tiffany On DrydenWire Live!

Ben Dryden was joined by Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District Representative Tom Tiffany today!

Rep. Gae Magnafici: Lowering Your Taxes

“Tax Day is April 18th, and if you’ve filed your taxes already, you may have seen a larger than expected tax refund from the state."

Milroy To Retire From Assembly To Focus On Family

“It’s been an honor to represent the citizens of the 73rd Assembly District.”

Chanz Green Announces Candidacy For The 74th Assembly District

Chanz Green, local business owner and former Utilities Manager for the City of Ashland, is announcing his candidacy for the 74th Assembly District.

Rep. Edming: Hazardous Waste Clean Up Bill Becomes Law

New law provides funding to clean up hazardous electronic waste left behind by 5R Processors

Tiffany Tapped To Serve On China Legislation Conference Committee

"I look forward to working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to confront the growing threat Beijing poses to America’s national security, economic prosperity, and regional stability."

Businessman Jon Kaiser Announces Candidacy For 29th Senate

Investment Advisor, REALTOR, and event promoter Jon P. Kaiser, 27, (R-Ladysmith), announced he has registered as a candidate for the 29th Senate District

Governor Tony Evers Grants Another 33 Pardons

Gov. Evers announced he has granted another 33 pardons, bringing his total number of pardons granted to 449.

PSC Expected To Award $100 Million For Broadband Expansion By Summer 2022

Gov. Evers Announces PSC Received 194 Applications Requesting More Than $495 Million for State Broadband Expansion Grants.

Gov. Evers Releases Statement On U.S. Supreme Court Decision Regarding Redistricting

“If we have to go back to the Wisconsin Supreme Court to demonstrate again that these maps are better and fairer than the maps we have now, then that’s exactly what we’ll do."

WILL: U.S. Supreme Court Reverses WI Supreme Court, Gov. Evers’ Maps Unconstitutional

Majority decision says state court “committed legal error” in adopting maps

Two New Bills Signed Support Wisconsin's Healthcare Providers And Patients

2nd bill makes it a Class H felony to assault or threaten healthcare providers, staff members and their families.

DOJ: Prosecutors Making Significant Impact On Drug Cases In Wisconsin

AG Kaul Releases Drug Prosecutor Report, Calls for Extension of HOPE Policy Positions.

Campaign Trail Talk With Warren Tuttle

"I will be a Sheriff of the people. I will build stronger relationships not only with the citizens of Washburn County but also the partners we work closely with."

Rep. Gae Magnafici: Statement On Governor Evers’ Ongoing State Department Failures

"Evers has appointed underqualified and inexperienced leadership teams who have left Wisconsin behind."

Gov. Evers Orders Flags To Half-Staff In Honor Of Former Lt. Gov. Margaret Farrow

The flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff on Fri., March 18.

County Law Enforcement Agencies To Receive Financial Boost From State

A breakdown of the allocations for our area county law enforcement agencies.

Gov. Evers: Signs Three Bills To Help Address Substance Use And Overdose Deaths In Wisconsin

'In Wisconsin, the CDC estimates that in 2020 alone, there were more than 1,200 opioid-related overdose deaths.'

Stafsholt Bills Headed To Governor’s Desk

"My legislation is not about whether people should or should not get vaccinated. This is about preventing government overreach."

Gov. Evers, Governors Urge Congress to Suspend Federal Gas Tax as Wisconsinites See Rising Costs at Gas Pumps

Governor calls for urgent congressional action as average gas price per gallon in Wisconsin nears $4