6/20/2018
Erpenbach Calls on Governor to End Support of “Zero Tolerance” ...In that period of time, an estimated 2,500 children have been placed in chain-link holding cells, away from their parents, creating life-long trauma. Governor Scott Walker has committed Wisconsin National Guard Troops, to support this shameful policy...
6/18/2018
Supreme Court Delays Decision on Wisconsin Maps The United States Supreme Court delayed a decision on the actual merits of the case against GOP partisan gerrymandered legislative maps, sending the case back to district court. State Senator Jon Erpenbach released the following statement...
6/14/2018
Potholes Abound While We Spend for Phantom Foxconn The Joint Committee on Finance today met to reallocate funds for Transportation projects because of a shortfall of Federal funds and a failure of the Legislature to pass a long term transportation funding solution.
5/9/2018
Erpenbach Thankful for DOT Exception for Sauk City Fire Department Madison – Senator Jon Erpenbach today praised a decision of the Department of Transportation (DOT) to grant an exception to their Rails to Trails policy to allow Sauk City emergency vehicles to cross the bike path on return from an emergency call.
5/9/2018
Village of West Baraboo Repayment Madison – The Village of West Baraboo has received payment for incorrect billing during the Hwy 12 reconstruction. The release of funds by the Department of Transportation(DOT) received praise from Village President David Dahlke and Senator Jon Erpenbach.
5/8/2018
State Legislative Council Memo: Opting out of third party release of personal information collected by the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Transportation and the Department of Safety and Professional Services State law provides protections when you choose to opt out of third party release of personal information from the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Transportation and the Department of Safety and Professional Services. Read the updated Legislative Council memo.
5/4/2018
Main Street, Not Wall Street: The Fight for Net Neutrality Next week, Democrats in Congress intend to force a vote on restoring Net Neutrality rules following the repeal by the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) late last year...
5/3/2018
Waunakee Schools Receive Fab Lab Award for 2018 “Innovation and creativity make Fab Labs important as we work to solve the complex problems of Wisconsin. To see so many thoughtful interested students who want to bring the next generation of out of the box thinking to our state is inspiring,” said Erpenbach.
4/18/2018
Foxconn Fact Sheet What you need to know...
4/2/2018
Wisconsin Service Members informational number Toll free number for service members and their families to be directed to resources and support services is 1-800-292-9464. Use the above link to access a helpful list of services provided...
1/25/2018
Economy Challenging for Most of Wisconsin ...the divide between the economy of booming counties and struggling counties continues to grow...
1/24/2018
Reaction to State of the State from Senator Jon Erpenbach “Access to high-quality, affordable health care has always been a priority for Democrats in the Legislature...
1/24/2018
Letter to Governor Walker on Real Pre-existing Conditions Protection I am happy to hear that you have finally recognized Wisconsin Democrats have ideas that are good... for the entire state...
1/21/2018
Statement on Governor Walker’s re-election health care plan Even though last year he fought for repeal, in his re-election campaign now Governor Walker has finally decided to join most Americans and..
1/5/2018
Time to Work Smarter As We Fight Veteran Suicide The reality that those who have served us risking life and limb struggle to point of taking their own lives is a failure of our nation...