Issue 157 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Issue 156 DOT says I-94 work in Southeastern Wisconsin to finish in June.
Issue 155 The Govenor signs Senator Wanggaard's wetland mitigation bill.
Issue 154 This week, the Governor signed 3 Wanggaard bills into law.
Issue 153 Legislature takes action to end Zombie Veto.
Issue 152 The Miller Park tax finally ends!
Issue 151 Senate Judiciary Committee votes on trespassing and money laundering bills.
Issue 150 Governor calls for a special session on red flag and universal background check laws.
Issue 149 Fallen officer bills signed into law.
Issue 148 Backing the badge’s families.
Issue 147 Report: Republicans have cut more than $13 billion in taxes since 2011.
Issue 146 UW-Madison admits a record low percentage of Wisconsin graduates to its freshman class.
Issue 145 Health insurance for families of fallen officers, red flag laws, free maps and senate scholar program.
Issue 144 Evers using road funds for off-road trails, bike paths, harbor dredging and more.
Issue 143 Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee holds a hearing on drunk driving legislation.
Issue 142 Equifax Settlement: Are You Eligible for Cash or Free Credit Monitoring?
Issue 141 Gov. Evers takes local road money to use for Milwaukee streetcar, buses, bike paths, and more.
Issue 140 Evers' Budget Vetoes: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
Issue 139 Happy Independence Day!
Issue 138 Republican budget highlighted by tax cuts, critical investments in education, health care and transportation.
Issue 137 Farewell to fallen Officer John Hetland.
Issue 136 Finance committee finishes budget with $500 million in tax cuts.
Issue 135 On Thursday, the Joint Finance Committee approved a transportation plan for the upcoming biennium that provides additional revenue to fix our roads while also reforming the Department of Transportation to make sure it uses these new revenues efficiently.
Issue 134 This week, the Joint Committee on Finance voted to invest more resources into the UW System, the DNR, and District Attorneys and Public Defenders.
Issue 133 Fixing the education budget with responsible, sustainable education funding.
Issue 132 Based on our responsible budgeting in the last few budget cycles, the Fiscal Bureau now anticipates that the state will have $753 million more for the next budget than it projected in January.
Issue 131 This week, the Legislature began the process of “fixing” Governor Evers’ unrealistic, unsustainable, and irresponsible budget.
Issue 130 Governor Evers is caving to left-wing pressure in Madison and Milwaukee by proposing to undo the welfare reform of the last several years and again allow people to receive state benefits without trying to improve their situation.
Issue 129 Bombshells in the Budget: Unsustainable, Irrational Spending Increases
Issue 128 Information about my upcoming office hours
Issue 127 Governor Evers Proposes Property Tax Increases
Issue 126 Governor Evers proposes $1.2 Billion in Tax Increases
Issue 125 Closing Wisconsin for Business: Governor's budget undoes critical economic growth reforms
Issue 124 Bombshells in the Budget: Special treatment for Illegal Aliens
Issue 123 Evers' plan to starve the school choice program
Issue 122 Budget Address and Lincoln Hills Closure
Issue 121 Ending the Miller Park Tax
Issue 120 2019-20 School Choice Program
Issue 119 State of the State Address, Tour at UW, and Constituents visit the Capitol
Issue 118 Meeting with the Governor and Mary's Law Passes out of Committee
Issue 117 Inauguration Day and Marcy's Law