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
Rep. Allen celebrates independent thinkers during Black History Month These individuals are courageous, strong, independent thinkers who enrich the national discourse by refusing to accept mainstream dogmas about what defines Black thought.
Joint Legislative Audit Committee Approves Audit of Elections Administration Rep. Allen urged the Committee to approve the audit, which is expected to conclude in the Fall of 2021.
To Mask, or Not to Mask, that is Not the Question Some see the mask as a symbol of safety and precaution. Some see the mask as a symbol of oppression. Both are correct.
Rep. Allen proposes bill in honor of Waukesha athlete Kai Lermer Rep. Scott Allen of Waukesha and Senator Alberta Darling of River Hills are currently circulating legislation for co-sponsorship known as “The Kai Lermer Bill”.
Gov. Evers continues to blame others for his maladministration Nine months after a shutdown of Wisconsin’s schools and business, Governor Evers still has the audacity to blame the legislature for the state’s problems
Election Reforms Remain a High Priority On January 4, 2021, the Wisconsin Assembly passed Assembly Resolution 3 on a voice vote, emphasizing the need to reform Wisconsin election law.