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WDC Files Complaint Against Hagedorn Campaign Committee PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign   
Tuesday, 16 April 2019 13:43

brian-hagedornElection watchdog group says Supreme Court Justice-elect failed to file occupation information as required by law on 159 contributors.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 April 2019 14:16
President Trump to Hold Rally in Green Bay April 27 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Courtney Beyer   
Tuesday, 16 April 2019 13:03

donald-trumpTrump is coming to Wisconsin to sell a record of broken promises and sow division say Dems.

10-Year Waiver Granted for SeniorCare PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Senate, Jay Wadd   
Saturday, 13 April 2019 07:46

SeniorcarePopular prescription drug program extended until December 31st, 2028

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 April 2019 08:10
Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for Broad Justice Reform PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Assembly Democrats   
Friday, 12 April 2019 15:04

jailedLatest Marquette University Law Poll reveals over 2/3rds of Wisconsinites are ready for further substantive reforms.

Tribes Address Highlights Importance of Native Communities in Wisconsin PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Assembly, Aaron Collins   
Thursday, 11 April 2019 16:54

oneida-nationState of the Tribes Address improves working relationship between state and the eleven sovereign tribal nations in Wisconsin, Hintz applauds budget proposals that invest in tribes.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 April 2019 17:23
Honors For UW Oshkosh Men’s Basketball Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Assembly, Aaron Collins   
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 10:36

basketballState Legislature celebrates team after Division III national championship.

MADISON – On Tuesday, Representative Gordon Hintz (D-Oshkosh) honored the UW Oshkosh Men’s Basketball team for winning the Division III national championship last month. The Titans defeated Swarthmore 96-82 in the national title game. Representative Hintz and Senator Dan Feyen presented the team with a Joint Resolution from the State Legislature.

gordon_hintz“Our entire community is so proud of this team for bringing a national championship to Oshkosh. These things don’t just happen. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and sacrifice. Congratulations to everyone in the Men’s Basketball program for achieving this level of excellence. I would also like to thank UW Oshkosh administrators led by Chancellor Andrew Leavitt for their support of this successful athletic department.

“I’m glad that Coach Matt Lewis, Chancellor Leavitt, and members of the team were able to come to the State Capitol to be honored for this great accomplishment.”

Paying Again Through Referendum PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Smith, State Senator District 31   
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 09:27

school-closedSen. Smith writes about public education and the impact of referenda in funding local schools.

Milwaukee's “414 Life” Violence Prevention Partnership Works PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Assembly Democrats   
Friday, 05 April 2019 12:37

froedtert-hospitalWork of Froedert & the Medical College of WI and Ascension WI to help combat gun violence is inspiring, says Bowen.

MILWAUKEE, WI - Rep. David Bowen (D-Milwaukee) released the following statement in response to the announcement of the Milwaukee Office of Violence Prevention’s “414 Life” partnership with area hospitals:

david-bowen“Preventing gun violence is paramount to communities all over the State and in our 10th Assembly District in Milwaukee. Today’s announcement of the new ‘414 Life’ partnership with the City of Milwaukee Office of Violence Prevention and area Hospitals: Froedert & the Medical College of WI and Ascension WI to help combat gun violence is inspiring. I look forward to future State efforts to be a partner with local communities to keep our communities safe.”

Local Legislators Reintroduce Papermaker Fund Bill PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Senate, Jay Wadd   
Thursday, 04 April 2019 14:05

kc-neenahProactive plans sponsored by Stuck and Hansen to Help Keep Mills Open in the Paper Valley

Madison Resident Selected as New Boys & Girls Clubs Youth of the Year PDF Print E-mail
Written by Boys & Girls Clubs, Andrew Gussert   
Thursday, 04 April 2019 12:13

montgomeryyotyMental Health Advocate Savannah Montgomery Aspires To Study the Impact Trauma has on the Brain

MADISON, WI - Selected among seventeen outstanding finalists from across the state, Savannah Montgomery was crowned Youth of the Year by Boys & Girls Clubs of Wisconsin. Savannah plans to leverage her position to alleviate the stigma of mental health in communities of color, and to connect students with needed resources on trauma informed care as she advocates for more government resources at the local, state, and federal levels. If she wins at the Regional competition, she will compete for the title of National Youth of the Year and an additional $25,000 college scholarship, renewable for four years up to $100,000.

“We are honored and proud to have Savannah representing the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County as the 2019 State Youth of the Year,” said Michael Johnson, Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County CEO, “Savannah’s story is one many youth can relate to. Her focus on mental health is important work, and we are excited to see her grow and get even more involved in our community.”

During her junior year of high school, Savannah earned an internship in the NICU at the University of Wisconsin Hospital -- an opportunity she accessed through the Dane County Club’s career exploration and internship programming. This internship sparked her curiosity in researching the potential impacts of psychological trauma. Savannah plans on attending a selective university this fall, followed by medical school. Her overall goal is to become a brain surgeon, studying the impact trauma has on the brain.

Now in its 72nd year, the Youth of the Year program honors our nation’s most awe-inspiring young people on their paths to great futures. Each year Wisconsin clubs from 159 sites in 57 cities select representatives to compete at the local level, with winners advancing to state, regional and national competition. Each competing Club member has to meet academic and community service requirements, write essays, submit letters of endorsement and prepare a three-minute speech. The winners were selected by an esteemed panel of nine judges:

  • Mark Tauscher, Founder of Trifecta Foundation, former Badger & Packer Offensive Lineman
  • Caleb Frostman, Secretary of Department of Workforce Development
  • Emilie Amendson, Secretary of Department of Children and Families
  • JoAnne Anton, Director of Kohl Philanthropies
  • Lisa Peyton-Caire, President of Foundation for Black Women's Wellness
  • Lea Culver, Director of the Culver Foundation
  • Arvind Gopalratnam, Executive Director of Milwaukee Bucks Foundation
  • Alexzandra N. Shade, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility CUNA Mutual Group
  • Mark Bakken, Founder and Managing Partner at HealthX Venture

Boys & Girls Clubs of Wisconsin serve 144,810 youth, and provide over two million meals and snacks for free each year. Their mission is to ensure all young people, especially those who need them the most, can reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. For more information about the Youth of the Year program, visit

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SeniorCare Granted Temporary Waiver PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Senate, Jay Wadd   
Thursday, 04 April 2019 10:27

elderly-crowdPopular program extended until April 30th while federal government reviews state’s request to keep it in place until 2028.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 April 2019 10:46
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