Democratic Members urge JFC Co-Chairs to hold vote on the ACA lawsuit On Thursday, Attorney General Josh Kaul sent a letter to JFC co-chairs Senator Darling and Representative Nygren requesting that Wisconsin withdraw from the Texas lawsuit seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act.
Senator Erpenbach Statement on State of the State Tonight, Governor Evers put forth an agenda that puts the people of our state first.


Statement on Photo of Baraboo High School Students “There is no place for hatred, intolerance and racism in our society..."
Legislators ask Governor for Disaster Declaration We write today to urge you to act today to make a written request to the Small Business Administration (SBA) for a Disaster Declaration for affected areas of our districts from the recent storms and flooding...
Convert Rail Corridor into Trail Legislators representing Northwest Dane County sent a letter to DOT Secretary Dave Ross today asking him to consider converting the damaged section of the rail corridor along Hwy. 14 into a state trail that links the Capitol with Devil's Lake State Park...
Letter Asking for State of Emergency Senator Jon Erpenbach and other South Central WI Legislators today asked Governor Walker to declare a State of Emergency after record amounts of rainfall caused significant property and infrastructure damage and one tragic death.
Erpenbach Calls on Governor to End Support of “Zero Tolerance” ...In that period of time, an estimated 2,500 children have been placed in chain-link holding cells, away from their parents, creating life-long trauma. Governor Scott Walker has committed Wisconsin National Guard Troops, to support this shameful policy...
Supreme Court Delays Decision on Wisconsin Maps The United States Supreme Court delayed a decision on the actual merits of the case against GOP partisan gerrymandered legislative maps, sending the case back to district court. State Senator Jon Erpenbach released the following statement...
Potholes Abound While We Spend for Phantom Foxconn The Joint Committee on Finance today met to reallocate funds for Transportation projects because of a shortfall of Federal funds and a failure of the Legislature to pass a long term transportation funding solution.
Erpenbach Thankful for DOT Exception for Sauk City Fire Department Madison – Senator Jon Erpenbach today praised a decision of the Department of Transportation (DOT) to grant an exception to their Rails to Trails policy to allow Sauk City emergency vehicles to cross the bike path on return from an emergency call.