Saturday, September 19th, 2020
Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch says Evers’ lack of planning and his failure to see the big picture has made life harder on Wisconsin than it had to be.
The measure drops key voter integrity protections, such as voter ID requirements, something liberals have for nearly a decade tried to kill. Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke says the bill is dead on arrival.
Empower Wisconsin | May 21, 2020 MILWAUKEE — After 10 long weeks of busy signals, blocked calls and silence, Amanda…
As the Evers administration on Monday deigned to loosen — by a very small turn — its lockdown restrictions, a growing chorus of voices demanded the immediate re-opening of Wisconsin’s economy.
The Legislature needs to act and will act on measures to lessen the health and financial hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, state Sen. Dale Kooyenga says.
U.S. debt stands at more than $23 trillion. That’s about $180,000 per American household. Something’s got to give.