Statement on anticipated Chauvin verdict In advance of the expected verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, I call on public leaders to provide rhetorical leadership that respects feelings and preserves peace.
Statement on the passing of Don Taylor The Waukesha native and community leader passed away on April 16.
Assembly advances the People’s priorities Holocaust and genocide education passes Assembly, along with oversight of more than $2.2 billion in federal funding.
Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds rule of law Unlawful Emergency Orders now struck down, it's time for the governor to work with the Legislature in meeting the challenges Wisconsin continues to face.
Assembly approves vaccination, religious freedom measures We can stay safe and make choices without discarding the First Amendment.
Assembly passes transparency measures for pharmacy benefits managers The bill prohibits PBMs from penalizing insurers or pharmacists for disclosing lower-cost alternatives.
Senate committee hears bill inspired by Kai Lermer Lermer passed away several days after collapsing due to an undiagnosed heart condition.
Finding ways to agree on the budget If we talk with each other rather than past each other we might find the areas of agreement. Let’s see if that can happen