Gov. Evers Announces Launch Of Pharmacy Distribution Program For Long-Term Care
“Protecting our most vulnerable Wisconsinites is a top priority and will be a critical step for the success of Wisconsin’s COVID-19 Vaccine Program.”
$1.5 Million Grant Awarded To City Of Superior For New Harbor Facility
Superior one of nine harbor communities to receive Harbor Assistance Program grant
Gov. Evers Appoints Elizabeth Rohl As Pierce County Circuit Court Judge
Rohl will fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Joseph Boles
Gov. Evers Announces Wisconsin To Receive First Shipment Of Moderna Vaccine
'Second FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine deemed safe and effective'
Gov. Evers Calls Special Election For 89th Assembly District
The 89th Assembly District seat is currently vacant due to the resignation of State Representative John Nygren from the Legislature.
Rep. Milroy: Gov. Evers And Wisconsin Republicans Propose Contrasting COVID-19 Response Bills
Guest Column from Representative Nick Milroy
Gov. Evers, State Health Officials Call On Federal Government To Send Wisconsin More Covid-19 Vaccine
Federal officials indicate Wisconsin will receive less Pfizer vaccine doses than expected
AG Kaul Joins 19-State Coalition Arguing ATF Has Failed To Regulate Ghost Guns
AGs Contend that Proliferation of Untraceable Firearms Endanger Residents and Impede Criminal Investigations and Prosecutions
Gov. Evers Announces New Contact Tracing App To Launch Next Week
WI Exposure Notification app can alert you if you’ve been in close contact with a positive case
Adam Jarchow: PPP Can Cause Tax Issues
Adam Jarchow of Jarchow Law, LLC, says that businesses who have received a PPP loan should be wary of the tax implications in 2021
Audit Reveals DWD Waited Weeks To Resolve UI Claims
An audit suggests hundreds of thousands of unemployment benefit applications could have been processed much faster
Gov. Evers, DHS Announce Wisconsin Receiving First Shipment Of Pfizer Vaccine
The first doses of the vaccine will be shipped directly to regional hubs across the state.
State Supreme Court Dismisses Trump Campaign Lawsuit Against November Election
The State Supreme Court has dismissed a Trump Campaign lawsuit against the November presidential election.
Gov. Evers Announces Wisconsin To Receive $60,000 Grant To Restore State Capitol Statues
Administration Provides Update on Vel Phillips Memorial
WATCH: Congressman Tiffany On DrydenWire Live!
Congressman Tom Tiffany joined Ben Dryden of DrydenWire.com this morning for a chat on DrydenWire Live!
Gov. Evers' Statement On F-16 Crash In Upper Peninsula
Gov. Tony Evers today released the statement below following the crash of a F-16 Fighting Falcon in Michigan's Upper Peninsula on Tuesday night
Assembly Republicans Release COVID-19 Proposals
Guest Column from Rep. Gae Magnafici
Gov. Evers Grants More Than 100 Pardons In First Two Years In Office
The new 33 pardons granted this week brings the total of the governor’s pardons to 107 during his first two years in office.
Gov. Evers Announces $45 Million In Targeted Assistance For Restaurants Impacted By COVID-19
Eligible businesses will receive $20,000 grant by year-end
Gov. Evers Announces State Of The State Address, Budget Message Dates
Statewide addresses will be delivered virtually as COVID-19 continues to surge across Wisconsin
Representative Vos, Assembly GOP Unveil COVID-19 Legislation
“After working through ideas and discussions with Assembly GOP members, we have created a robust package to address the critical needs of our state,” said Speaker Vos.
AG Kaul Issues Statement On Completion Of Partial Recount In Wisconsin
Kaul: "I have every confidence that this disgraceful Jim Crow strategy for mass disenfranchisement of voters will fail"
Gov. Evers Announces Tourism Secretary-Designee Meaney Leaving Administration
Gov. Tony Evers today announced Department of Tourism Secretary-designee Sara Meaney is leaving the Evers Administration
Tiffany Calls On Evers, Legislative Leaders, To Work Together To Craft “Realistic, Workable, And Data-Based” COVID-19 Guidelines
Lawmaker says “school is essential,” calls for flexibility, focus on “academic well-being” in school protocols