Protecting Recipients of the Paycheck Protection Program On top of all the adversity, hardship, and changes COVID - 19 imposed on the state’s employers over the last year, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) recently determined that over 108,000 businesses who utilized the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans
Repealing the Mask Mandate Today the vote I took on the Assembly floor was not about whether to wear or choose not to wear a mask, nor was it about following or not following science. Rather, my vote reflected following state law and the Wisconsin Constitution.
2021-2022 Session Assembly Bill 1 / COVID-19 Pandemic Not only has the COVID-19 virus rendered countless people around the state, country, and world ill, some suffering complications and/or death, but it has taken a toll on our society as a whole.
Where for Art Thou, Christmas Tree? Christmas tree, Holiday tree, Capitol tree, missing tree. Wait…missing tree? Alas, the Capitol Christmas tree saga continues onto a new chapter.
Ensuring Every Legal Vote Counts Since the November 3rd election, our office received numerous emails and phone calls from constituents and people all over Wisconsin voicing concerns about whether fraud influenced the state’s vote tally.
Going Forward Toward Normality After Wisconsin completed two months under Governor Evers’ “Safer at Home” order, the state’s Supreme Court struck down the Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary-designee Andrea Palm’s continuation of the order, known as Emergency Order 28.
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John R Moses Hall - Groundbreaking Day On January 21st, 2013, I authored a bill in the Wisconsin State Legislature which amended the 2013−15 Authorized State Building Program to add the construction of the John R. Moses Skilled Nursing Facility at the Wisconsin Veterans Home - King.
Non-citizens' vs our Veterans' Benefits During Governor Evers budget address, he stated: “Finally, we're going to make sure that, regardless of whether a kid was born in this country, if they went to a Wisconsin high school and have lived here for three years, they shouldn't have to pay more for tuition like an out-of-state student--they
Criminal Justice Reform As of December 2018, 23,374 people were incarcerated in Wisconsin state prisons including 21,848 men and 1,526 women.
Facts of the 40th (The Middle Class Tax Cut) Facts of the 40th - The Middle Class Tax Cut
The Middle Class Tax Cut A January 30, 2019 memo released by the non-partisan Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau estimates tax collections over the next two years will increase by $1.8 billion.
National Salute to Veteran Patients Week Each November we pause in honor of America’s brave men and women who’ve sworn an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States. In May we reflect upon those who gave the ultimate sacrifice so that we may live in freedom.
“Forgotten” in The State of the State In the pomp and circumstance which evolved over history, once per year Wisconsin’s governor presents the State of the State address during a joint session of the legislature, with judicial and executive branches in attendance.
Pre-Existing Condition Guaranteed Coverage Act Approximately 1 out of 6 people in Wisconsin has a pre-existing condition and just about everybody knows somebody living with one. Whether that person is your family or extended family, friend, colleague, or neighbor; a pre-existing condition should not affect their ability to purchase healthcare.
DNR Information for Hunting Season DNR Hunting Information.
Sales Tax Holiday Sales of certain items are exempt during a five-day period in August 2018. The temporary exemption period, referred to as a sales tax holiday, will begin on Wednesday, August 1, 2018, and continue through Sunday, August 5, 2018.
Child Sales Tax Rebate Go to childtaxrebate.wi.gov on or after May 15 to apply. Sound fiscal management and a strong economy have resulted in a state budget surplus of almost $400 million for the State of Wisconsin.