Kids Struggling With Addiction Need School, Too, But There Are Few Options “We're losing too many young people. And we need to really start looking at creative ways to work with children who are addicted," said Rep. Christine Sinicki.
Are Local Governments Shirking Their Responsibility For Roads? "The local road aids is not going to make a significant dent in the backlog of roads that they need to replace and repair,” said Rep Katrina Shankland.
Barca: Don't cap historic preservation tax credits “HTC has seen resounding success in spurring job growth and stimulating renovation of many Wisconsin historic and valuable buildings and brought in much needed tax revenue,” said Rep. Peter Barca.
Let's put gerrymandering in rearview mirror "Voters should be able to choose their representatives, not the other way around," said Rep. Peter Barca.
Pride and prejudice “So, to see the stark difference between these two resolutions for myself as an LGBT Wisconsinite, is truly heartbreaking,” said Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa.
Get Your Hands Off Our Healthcare" rally at State Capitol "Healthcare should be a basic human right. We all need healthcare in order to live. At some point in our lives we all access various levels of healthcare and it's something we all need," said Rep. Lisa Subeck.
Gov. Scott Walker recommends cutting Wisconsin road borrowing as stalemate continues "The proposal doesn't even try to solve that problem," said Rep. Katrina Shankland.
Shankland awarded "Legislator of the Year" "I have legislation that I'm trying to pass right now that would help disabled veterans get greater access to mentored hunting. As well as just keeping in contact with members of the Plover VFW, for example, hearing from them on issues that are important to them and working toward that," said Rep. Katrina Shankland.
Democratic proposal would make BadgerCare available to all Wisconsin residents "At a time when politicians in Washington are meeting behind closed doors about the future of health care, we’re having a public conversation about our needs as Wisconsinites," said Rep Eric Genrich.
Public schools could offer firearm safety course under bill “There is a hunting culture that exists and that’s perfectly fine if people want their children to grow up being hunters ... but that should remain outside of the school. When you get to a large city like Milwaukee, Racine or Kenosha — weapons take on a different meaning to me,” said Rep. Sondy Pope.