• The Real Numbers on School Choice Insuring our children have the best education is something on which everyone agrees. For some reason, opponents of school choice want children to stay in low-performing schools or schools that can’t meet a student’s learning needs.
    • Water Quality Task Force Kicks Off in Madison Clean water is not a Republican or Democrat issue, it is a State of Wisconsin issue. This is the mindset I asked my fellow committee members to adopt as we began our inaugural Water Quality Task Force hearing at the State Capitol in Madison on March 20th.
    • Speaker Vos Announces Members of Task Force on Suicide Prevention With the increasing rates of suicides across the country & in Wisconsin, the task force will make policy recommendations to address reversing this trend to potentially save lives.
    • Early Glimpse into this Year’s State Budget One of the most important things we do as legislators is help decide how Wisconsin will spend its money in our biennial state budget.
    • Partisan Politics or Lack of Knowledge Motivate Governor’s Border Decision A recent Executive Order withdrew 112 Wisconsin National Guard personnel from the Southwest Border, where they had been assisting with border security missions since June of 2018. I think that it’s important to shed light on it because this disappointing action could have far-reaching consequences.



 Speaker Robin Vos' response to the governor's proposed budget which increases spending by nearly $6 billion.

 What are Gov. Evers' "accomplishments" during his first 100 days in office?

Joint Finance Committee Assembly Vice Chair Amy Loudenbeck on retaining the Manufacturing & Agriculture tax credit