President Donald Trump says he will make a major announcement on the government shutdown and the southern border on Saturday afternoon from the White House.
Governor Evers is not supportive of a plan proposed by Republicans to cut taxes for the middle class.
Governor Tony Evers (D-WI) said Thursday that climate change is real, and that Wisconsin needs to take action to secure its future.
A federal judge struck down early voting restrictions enacted by Republicans during the lame-duck session six weeks ago.
It was a tension-filled day at the state Capitol Monday as protesters took to the steps in an attempt to convince lawmakers not to pass legislation that would strip power from Governor-elect Tony Evers and Attorney General-elect Josh Kaul.
Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said he was surprised to hear Gov.-Elect Tony is calling lame-duck session legislation “outrageous.”
Wisconsin Republicans are getting ready to move ahead quickly on a series of lame-duck proposals.
On Capital City Sunday this week, a look at Republican proposals ahead of the lame-duck session. Also, federal funding to expand Medicaid and what moving the 2020 presidential primary date would mean for pollsters and the public.
Family spokesman Jim McGrath said the former President George H.W. Bush died Friday night, November 30. Funeral services are pending.
Some businesses fear that proposals to cut regulations for nail service providers could hurt their clients; the state is considering proposals to lessen some of those rules.
They range from changing the 2020 presidential primary date from April to March, limiting early voting, and reducing powers of the governor’s office to appoint to certain boards.
As GOP considers new bill, Dane Co. clerk says moving presidential primary “not technically possible”
Lawmakers could come back for lame duck session as early next week to consider a wide range of topics.
WEDC officials said they believe one of Evers top priorities to increase workforce development won’t be possible without their agency staying in state.
Possible topics include stripping powers away from Gov.-elect Tony Evers, saving Kimberly Clark plant and changing the date of the presidential election.