MADISON (WKOW) — After two mass shootings in Ohio and Texas, the national debate on gun reform reignites. In Wisconsin, Democrats are urging Republican leadership to pass red flag laws.
Attorney General Josh Kaul has supported these laws for over seven months, but lawmakers have yet to draft legislation. Kaul said he prefers to pass red flag laws that are similar to Colorado’s model.
Plus, several women are coming forward saying they were victims of sexual abuse at a Madison church. We sit down with investigative reporter Katelyn Ferral with the Cap Times who broke the story. Ferral shreds light on how these women came forward and how their story is gaining the attention of lawmakers.
State Representative Chris Taylor (D-Madison) talks about her two bills that would make it easier for victims of child sexual abuse to seek recourse as adults.
A conservative law firm, Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty is challenging how Governor Evers used his veto power with a lawsuit. We sit down with the Rich Esenberg, President of W.I.L.L who discusses how their lawsuit could impact the state budget.