A Better Wisconsin Together Reacts to the 2022 State of Education Address

In today’s 2022 State of Education address, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jill Underly proved what many Wisconsinites already know: Wisconsin schools have seen exponential growth and improvement in recent years, and the progress can continue by ensuring every child in Wisconsin has equal access to a high quality public education.

A Better Wisconsin Together Kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month

From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Wisconsin will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and honor the ways in which Hispanic and Latinx Wisconsinites have been instrumental in building the Badger State into what it is today. But while Wisconsin has come a long way, there is still more work to be done to ensure all Hispanic families have what they need to thrive in our state.

OP-ED: Tracking, Targeting Reproductive Health Patients Crosses a Serious Line

A foundation with conservative businessman Tim Michels listed as the trustee has donated $20,000 to the Veritas Society - a group that uses cell phone data to track patients who visit reproductive health clinics. The extremist group then uses that tracking data to target those patients with anti-abortion propaganda.

Gov. Evers’ Surplus Plan is Right for Wisconsin Families

Imagine what our neighborhoods would look like if we had all that we need. That’s a future that Governor Tony Evers has envisioned with his newest plan to put more money in the pockets of Wisconsinites and ensure quality schools and roads in Wisconsin. 

Inflation Reduction Act Signals a Bright Horizon in Wisconsin

History was made today as President Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act, a piece of federal legislation that will fund a cleaner climate, nurture a stronger infrastructure, cap prescription drug prices, and create more equitable access to healthcare. 

OP-ED: Ron Johnson is 87 Years in the Past on Social Security, Medicare

We all deserve to live without wondering if we can put food on the table, keep a roof over our heads, or afford to see a doctor - especially after retiring from decades of hard work. But, Republican Sen. Ron Johnson wants to roll back the clock 87 years and strip Wisconsinites of access to vital programs like social security and Medicare. 

Goodbye Gableman

Following 14 months of secrecy and outrageous spending, Assembly Republicans’ sham review of the 2020 presidential election has finally spun out of control with reports that Michael Gableman has been removed from his position as legal head of the inquiry - but not before Wisconsin taxpayers were forced to pay nearly $900,000 to fund the circus that has rendered no viable results. 

OP-ED: Honoring Black-Owned Business Month

August is National Black-Owned Business Month, a time to celebrate and uplift Black-owned businesses across Wisconsin and honor the innumerable contributions they make to our local communities each and every day.

Senate Debate Highlights the Divisiveness of Ron Johnson

At a televised debate Sunday night, Wisconsin's Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate discussed their visions for the Badger State - and it’s a far cry from what Republican Sen. Ron Johnson envisions for Wisconsin.