2/23/2022
Serve the People Speaker Vos attempted to silence Rep Ramthun by removing an authorized staff person from his office, because he didn't like what Ramthun was saying. I remain committed to the freedom of Assembly members and their ability to contribute as representatives of the people who elected them.
2/23/2022
School Choice is the Right Choice AB 970 builds off of other successful Wisconsin parental choice programs to open school choice to all Wisconsin families. Parental school choice is the right choice for strengthening quality education for every student in Wisconsin.
2/22/2022
Assembly Passes Life-Saving Legislation Today, the Assembly passed life-saving legislation. AB 82 (the Kai Lermer Bill) requires students and parents to be informed about the nature and risk of sudden cardiac arrest and the benefits and risks of EKG testing. Kai's legacy will live on by preventing similar deaths to young athletes.
2/17/2022
Not Essential Enough Too many businesses suffered and even had to close due to Gov. Evers' policies that treated businesses differently. Today, the Legislative Assembly passed AB 912, which ensures that all businesses be treated equally in an emergency.
2/17/2022
Was Attorney General Josh Kaul Aware? Rep. Allen mailed a letter today to Attorney General Josh Kaul asking him to confirm or deny his awareness of the alleged illegal activities as revealed in the filings of Special Counsel John Durham. The people of Wisconsin deserve to know what their Attorney General was aware of.
2/16/2022
Honoring Black American Contributions to the History of Medicine This Assembly resolution recognizes and honors Black Americans who have contributed to the history of medicine in this country.
2/16/2022
Rep. Allen - Response to State of the State Address Rep. Allen's response to Governor Evers' 2022 State of the State Address
1/26/2022
The Help Not Harm Act Children who identify as transgender deserve help, not harm. This bill was written to protect children from decisions with irreversible effects, while they are too young to meaningfully consent.