• Safer at Home Order
  • Take out options
  • Price Gouging Resources   

Safer at Home  

This week Governor Evers released details regarding his “Safer at Home” emergency order, which began at 8:00 A.M. today and remains in place until 8:00 A.M. on Friday, April 24th, 2020.

The order states that all non-essential businesses and operations must cease. If you would like to check whether your business is included in the essential business list, please click here to be directed to the Governor’s order. Click here to be directed to a Frequently Asked Questions page regarding the order.

If you believe your business does essential work, but is not included in the order, I encourage you to contact the WEDC and file an appeal through their website.

My office has been receiving a lot of calls regarding what does or does not constitute essential business operations, while I am eager to help my constituents and our communities through this difficult time it is important to note that neither I nor my staff can dispense legal advice.

I understand this is a difficult time for our state, and the world, but we must continue to care for each other, which right now means practicing social distancing.

Stay Healthy!

Carry Out 


 Help support restaurants in our communities! Click on the picture above to be directed to a list of local restaurants offering carry out! 

Price Gouging

This week the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protections (DATCP) announced that 16 companies in Wisconsin have received cease and desist letters for alleged price gouging practices. If you suspect price gouging please contact the DATCP consumer protection hotline. Call 1-800-422-7128 or email DATCPHotline@wisconsin.gov