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6/21/2017
Jury finds ex-cop not guilty in fatal Sherman Park shooting that sparked violent unrest "When families lose a loved one in a preventable situation by a system that should be there to protect and serve them, it’s a deep-rooted, painful and traumatic situation," said Rep. David Bowen.
6/21/2017
Anthem to withdraw from Wisconsin health insurance marketplace "And that's why it's just so unfortunate they're not working on a bipartisan basis in Washington, but instead you've got these 18 senators working in private," said Rep. Peter Barca.
6/21/2017
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield pulls out of Wisconsin health care exchange “It was the Affordable Care Act that allowed me to put my life back together. It was the main source of hope in my life,” said Rep. Jimmy Anderson.
6/20/2017
Wisconsin DHS withholds names of Medicaid waiver commenters "The whole point of a public hearing and comment period is to have an open, transparent discussion with the governor's office and department about what they're proposing," said Rep. Daniel Riemer.
6/20/2017
Onalaska state rep. Doyle believes his district could be model in redrawing voting lines "I think that the goal on behalf of the plaintiffs who brought this lawsuit is to have more districts across the state look like my district. It's competitive. It's not a slam dunk for either the Democrat or the Republican," said Rep. Steve Doyle.
6/20/2017
State Assembly Democrats Launch Farm Tours “I grew up on a farm and still own one myself, so I'm excited to visit farms in other parts of our state. We appreciate the position we're in as members of the Agriculture Committee to make a real difference in one of Wisconsin's most important industries," said Rep. Dave Considine.
6/20/2017
Democratic lawmakers: Drug test leaders of businesses getting state grants, loans Walker “is using this opportunity to denigrate poor folks for no good reason,” said Rep. Jimmy Anderson.
6/19/2017
GOP proposal looks to limit Wisconsin school referendums “They understand the needs of their children, they understand what needs to be done to keep Wisconsin schools at least competitive. This is taking away another important aspect of local schools and local control and I'm completely against this,” said Rep. Dana Wachs.
6/19/2017
Districts of Innovation program aim to help students succeed with fewer boundaries from the state "What this does is consolidate that process, but also pushes it down to the local level so that those discussions are had amongst stakeholders in the community to recognize what needs to be done, what is possible if some of these waivers are removed, so that's a really encouraging aspect of this," said Rep. Eric Genrich.
6/19/2017
Local legislators react to Wisconsin gerrymandering case "A lot of people are sick and tired that politicians are choosing their districts instead of the voters,” said Rep. Eric Genrich.