Duchow campaign: Reminds voters of new district lines

Candidates for the fall elections can circulate nomination papers beginning on April 15th, and Rep. Cindi Duchow (R-Delafield) has a friendly reminder for voters: get to know your new legislative district.  Duchow is seeking a 6th term in the legislature,

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Rep. Palmeri: Governor Evers vetoes SB 312

MADISON, Wis. – Today, Governor Evers vetoed SB 312. Rep. Palmeri released the following statement: “The Governor’s veto today sends a strong message. Legislation that lets polluters off the hook for cleaning up their contamination while Wisconsin taxpayers foot the

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JFC Dems: 279 days of inaction and counting

MADISON — Today, Governor Evers called for a meeting of the Joint Finance Committee (JFC)  on April 16th to release the $125 million for PFAS Remediation and $15 million for Chippewa Valley healthcare providers. On May 18th, 2023, the Republican majority of the

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Wittke campaign: Reelection bid

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Gov. Evers: Calls Joint Finance Committee into special meeting to release critical funds to fight PFAS statewide, stabilize healthcare access in western Wisconsin

MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today announced he is calling the Republican-controlled Joint Committee on Finance (JFC) into a special meeting set to occur on April 16, 2024, at 9:30 a.m., to press Republican legislators to expeditiously release $140 million in already-approved funding to fight PFAS statewide and stabilize healthcare access in Western Wisconsin after HSHS and Prevea Health’s decision t…

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WisGOP: Tammy’s timeline of open border disasters

MADISON, Wis. – Tammy Baldwin has been in politics for a very long time. And for two decades now, Baldwin has consistently hamstrung efforts to secure the border and address the influx of undocumented immigrants. Many things may have changed over

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Sen. Stroebel: UW admissions practices deny reality

Madison, WI – Senator Duey Stroebel (R – Cedarburg) issued the following statement in response to the UW System’s decision to extend test-optional admissions through 2027: “As a graduate of UW-Madison, it is unfortunate to see that the UW System

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Duchow campaign: Reminds voters of new district lines

Candidates for the fall elections can circulate nomination papers beginning on April 15th, and Rep. Cindi Duchow (R-Delafield) has a friendly reminder for voters: get to know your new legislative district.  Duchow is seeking a 6th term in the legislature, and although she hasn’t moved, legislative lines and numbers have

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Rep. Palmeri: Governor Evers vetoes SB 312

MADISON, Wis. – Today, Governor Evers vetoed SB 312. Rep. Palmeri released the following statement: “The Governor’s veto today sends a strong message. Legislation that lets polluters off the hook for cleaning up their contamination while Wisconsin taxpayers foot the bill is not acceptable. SB 312 severely limits enforceability measures

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JFC Dems: 279 days of inaction and counting

MADISON — Today, Governor Evers called for a meeting of the Joint Finance Committee (JFC)  on April 16th to release the $125 million for PFAS Remediation and $15 million for Chippewa Valley healthcare providers. On May 18th, 2023, the Republican majority of the Joint Finance Committee created a PFAS Trust Fund for the

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Wittke campaign: Reelection bid

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Gov. Evers: Calls Joint Finance Committee into special meeting to release critical funds to fight PFAS statewide, stabilize healthcare access in western Wisconsin

MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today announced he is calling the Republican-controlled Joint Committee on Finance (JFC) into a special meeting set to occur on April 16, 2024, at 9:30 a.m., to press Republican legislators to expeditiously release $140 million in already-approved funding to fight PFAS statewide and stabilize healthcare access in Western Wisconsin after HSHS and Prevea Health’s decision t… Please log in to access subscriber content. If you don’t

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WisGOP: Tammy’s timeline of open border disasters

MADISON, Wis. – Tammy Baldwin has been in politics for a very long time. And for two decades now, Baldwin has consistently hamstrung efforts to secure the border and address the influx of undocumented immigrants. Many things may have changed over the last 20 years. Pet Rocks were all the rage,

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Rep. Stubbs: Attends Governor Evers’ signing of the PRINCE Act– Senate Bill 981: expanding alerts for missing adults to include certain missing children

MADISON, WI –After attending Governor Evers’ signing of the PRINCE Act – Senate Bill 981, now 2023 Wisconsin Act 272 – expanding alerts for missing adults to include certain missing children, at Hawley Environmental School in Milwaukee, Representative Shelia Stubbs (D-Madison) released the following statement: “It was an honor to

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Sen. Stroebel: UW admissions practices deny reality

Madison, WI – Senator Duey Stroebel (R – Cedarburg) issued the following statement in response to the UW System’s decision to extend test-optional admissions through 2027: “As a graduate of UW-Madison, it is unfortunate to see that the UW System Board of Regents has announced that they will continue their

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Jacque campaign: New London School Board President Chris Martinson endorses André Jacque for Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District

GREEN BAY, WI – Senator André Jacque, the Republican candidate for Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District, proudly announces the endorsement of New London School Board President Chris Martinson. Martinson’s endorsement highlights Jacque’s commitment to conservative principles and his dedication to supporting parents in the fight against “woke” education policies. In his

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U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Delivers over $2.6 million for rural airports in Wisconsin

WISCONSIN – Today, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) announced that several rural Wisconsin airports will receive over $2.6 million in federal infrastructure funding to make critical upgrades to improve safety and increase revenue. “Wisconsin airports help travelers get where they need to go while boosting tourism, growing the local economy, and creating

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U.S. Rep. Fitzgerald: Introduces resolution to repeal Federal Reserve’s misguided climate principles

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Scott Fitzgerald (WI-05) released the following statement after introducing a resolution to repeal the Federal Reserve’s Climate-Related Financial Risk principles. These principles state that any bank with more than $100 billion in assets should infuse climate risk considerations into all parts of their business, ranging from strategic planning and

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