Statement on USMCA Entry into ForceJuly 1st is the official beginning of the USMCA. It’s taken years of hard work by our elected officials and the Trump administration to get us to this important day. It’s an exciting and important step forward to ensure a more prosperous future in Wisconsin and the United States.
Statement: Juneteenth"This year, Juneteenth serves as an important reminder that more must be done to ensure every American can enjoy the same freedoms and opportunities outlined in our founding principles.”
Statement on Governor’s Secret Recording of MeetingWe have learned that the governor’s office secretly recorded a meeting with legislative leaders last month. At a time when state leaders should continue to find ways to work together, this decision by Governor Evers and his staff is unprecedented and clearly outside the norm. It's shameful.
Statement: State Supreme Court RulingA week ago we asked the governor to begin negotiating with us on a plan for reopening. He politely declined and said we should wait for the court decision. Now that the decision has been rendered, we are confident Wisconsin is up to the task of fighting the virus and entering a new phase.
Statement: Time to Reopen the StateAnother day and another confusing emergency order. This shutdown has put half a million people out of work. It’s time to get everyone back to work in every part of the state.