Milwaukee Activist to be Named Assembly ‘Hometown Hero’ The Wisconsin State Assembly will recognize Lupe Martinez from Milwaukee, Wisconsin as a “Hometown Hero” at the upcoming Assembly session on February 11th.
Homelessness Bill is Now Law This afternoon, Representative Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna) attended the signing into law of Assembly Bill 119, which provides additional funding for the State Shelter Subsidy Grant program and incentivizes shelters to responsibly transition individuals into permanent housing.
Steineke: State of the State is Strong Thanks to Republicans Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna) is looking forward to another year of a strong economy, low taxes, and smart budgeting that funds Wisconsin’s priorities, thanks to a Republican-lead legislature that has successfully kept Governor Evers’ far-left agenda in check.
Homelessness Bill Heads to Governor Evers’ Desk Today, the Senate approved Assembly Bill 119, a cornerstone in the Republican-lead “A Hand for the Homeless” legislative package, unanimously. With support from both the Assembly and Senate, the bill now heads to Governor Evers’ desk to be signed into law.