Rep. Bernier: State Assembly passes school safety package

Contact: Rep. Kathy Bernier (608) 266-9172 Anti-Bullying Measures, K-8 Curriculum Changes, and Mental Health Resources Highlight Reforms Madison – Today in legislative session, the state Assembly passed a numbers of proposals focused on reducing and preventing school violence and curbing

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U.S. Rep. Moore, U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Instruct SSA to halt closure

Contact Libbie Wilcox (Moore), (917) 536-6991 Kasey Hampton (Baldwin), (202) 224-6225 Today, after language they offered instructing the Social Security Administration (SSA) to halt any further actions until the SSA Inspector General (IG) concludes ongoing reviews of the SSA’s field office closures

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Rep. Spiros: Votes to Support School Safety Legislation

Madison – Today Representative Spiros (R-Marshfield) voted with his colleagues to pass, with bipartisan support, legislation to improve school safety in Wisconsin. The legislation is part of the special session called for by Governor Walker. One of the provisions passed

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AG Schimel: Statement on passage of school safety package

MADISON, Wis. – Attorney General Brad Schimel released the following statement in response to the Wisconsin State Assembly’s passage of the School Safety Package. “We owe our children and communities the promise of safe school environments. Passing both houses on

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Rep. Nygren: Votes for Improved School Safety

Contact: Rep. John Nygren (888) 534-0089 Madison–State Representative John Nygren (R-Marinette), released the following statement regarding the State Assembly’s extraordinary session today on school safety: “As the husband of a public school teacher and father of public school students, the

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Assembly sends $100 million school safety plan to Walker’s desk

A $100 million school safety proposal is heading to Gov. Scott Walker’s desk after the Assembly signed off on the plan 78-8. Representatives passed the Senate’s version of the plan, which the chamber had approved Tuesday and is attached to AB 843, on open enrollment, as an amendment. Eight Dems voted

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Rep. Bernier: State Assembly passes school safety package

Contact: Rep. Kathy Bernier (608) 266-9172 Anti-Bullying Measures, K-8 Curriculum Changes, and Mental Health Resources Highlight Reforms Madison – Today in legislative session, the state Assembly passed a numbers of proposals focused on reducing and preventing school violence and curbing gun violence throughout Wisconsin. The package of bills taken up

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U.S. Rep. Moore, U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Instruct SSA to halt closure

Contact Libbie Wilcox (Moore), (917) 536-6991 Kasey Hampton (Baldwin), (202) 224-6225 Today, after language they offered instructing the Social Security Administration (SSA) to halt any further actions until the SSA Inspector General (IG) concludes ongoing reviews of the SSA’s field office closures was included in the 2018 Omnibus Appropriations Act, Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-04)

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Rep. Spiros: Votes to Support School Safety Legislation

Madison – Today Representative Spiros (R-Marshfield) voted with his colleagues to pass, with bipartisan support, legislation to improve school safety in Wisconsin. The legislation is part of the special session called for by Governor Walker. One of the provisions passed by the State Assembly today creates a $100 million grant

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AG Schimel: Statement on passage of school safety package

MADISON, Wis. – Attorney General Brad Schimel released the following statement in response to the Wisconsin State Assembly’s passage of the School Safety Package. “We owe our children and communities the promise of safe school environments. Passing both houses on a bipartisan vote, the School Safety Package embodies consensus and

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Rep. Billings: Calls on Republicans to do more on School Safety

CONTACT: Rep. Jill Billings (608) 266-5780 La Crosse legislator supports expanding mental health services, gun safety MADISON, Wis. — Today, the Wisconsin State Assembly is taking up a Republican package of school safety bills that were quickly pushed through the legislature during the last week. These bills are facing criticism

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Rep. Subeck: Assembly Democrats Lead on School Safety; Republican Failure to Address Gun Violence Leaves Schools and Communities Vulnerable

CONTACT: Zach Madden, 608-266-7521(office) 920-627-5773 (cell) MADISON – Today, Democrats offered a robust school safety plan that includes ongoing funding and support for school districts to make safety improvements and commonsense measures to prevent gun violence by keeping firearms out of the hands of those who should not have them.

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Rep. Nygren: Votes for Improved School Safety

Contact: Rep. John Nygren (888) 534-0089 Madison–State Representative John Nygren (R-Marinette), released the following statement regarding the State Assembly’s extraordinary session today on school safety: “As the husband of a public school teacher and father of public school students, the issue of school violence hits close to home. This is

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Republicans fail to include common-sense gun safety measures

Rep. Chris Taylor, 608-266-5342 MADISON – Today, Assembly Republicans refused to include any popular gun safety measures in their final agenda of the year, including universal background checks that 81% of Wisconsinites support. In response, Rep. Chris Taylor (D-Madison), Rep. Jimmy Anderson (D-Fitchburg), Rep. Jonathan Brostoff (D-Milwaukee), and Rep. Amanda

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