• Speaker Robin Vos on Governor's Statewide Mask Mandate I understand the necessity of doing all that we can to control the spread of COVID-19. We know it’s serious, but it’s disappointing that yet again Gov. Evers has chosen to not communicate or work with the legislature. There are certainly constitutional questions that citizen groups may challenge.
    • Rep. Warren Petryk: A Look Back at the State Budget This time last year the governor signed the legislature’s state budget, which set into place the spending plan for Wisconsin over the next two years. The budget is a win for Wisconsin by keeping spending within our means and allowing taxpayers to keep more of their own hard-earned money.
    • Rep. Joe Sanfelippo: The Other Epidemic Threatening Wisconsin While we continue to rightly take sweeping action and dedicate unprecedented resources to addressing the threats from COVID-19, the dangers posed by the ongoing and worsening crime epidemic are not receiving commensurate scrutiny.
    • Assembly GOP Calls on Gov. Evers to Help Unemployed The Assembly GOP is calling on the governor to use a portion of the federal funds at his disposal from the CARES Act and make direct payments or bridge-loans to individuals whose cases have been stuck in adjudication at the Department of Workforce Development.
    • Rep. Nancy VanderMeer: Happy June Dairy Month National Dairy Month started out as National Milk Month in 1937 as a way to promote drinking milk. It was initially created to stabilize the dairy but has now developed into an annual tradition that celebrates the contributions the dairy industry has made to to the world.


Assembly Republicans called on the governor to use $40 million of federal CARES Act funding to get relief to people who have been waiting weeks, or even months, to receive the unemployment benefits they need.

Assembly Republicans are sending care packages to Wisconsin military units deployed overseas as part of our Operation We Love Our Troops.

In uncertain times, we can still do important things to help our community. An easy, and safe, way is participating in the US Census.