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Action needed at dangerous intersection

Action needed at dangerous intersection

Statement of Alderwoman Larresa Taylor May 17, 2024

Souls to the Polls Will Deliver Demand Letter to Republican National Convention Host Committee, Calling for Removal of Wisconsin Republican Party Executive Director Andrew Iverson

Souls to the Polls Will Deliver Demand Letter to Republican National Convention Host Committee, Calling for Removal of Wisconsin Republican Party Executive Director Andrew Iverson

Leaked text messages show Iverson initiated “Operation Rat F*ck” to suppress Black voters in Milwaukee and “wreak havoc” on Election Day 2020

Statement on proposed state task force on missing/murdered African American women and girls

Statement on proposed state task force on missing/murdered African American women and girls

Statement of Milwaukee Common Council members: Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II, Alderwoman Andrea M. Pratt, Alderman Mark Chambers, Jr., Alderman Jonathan Brostoff, Alderman Robert J. Bauman, Alderman Lamont Westmoreland, Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs,  Alderman DiAndre Jackson, Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa, Alderwoman Larresa Taylor, Alderwoman Sharlen P. Moore, Alderman Peter Burgelis, Alderman José G. Pérez, Alderman Scott Spiker, and Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic

Gov. Evers, DVA Announce Veteran Mental Health Community-Based Organization Grant Recipients
Baldwin Calls on Biden Administration to Expand Free IRS Direct File Program

Baldwin Calls on Biden Administration to Expand Free IRS Direct File Program

IRS Direct File pilot program saved taxpayers nearly $100 million in refunds and tax preparation fees

Grand opening of redesigned Zillman Park set for Friday, May 31
Moore, Baldwin, Shaheen, McBath, and Kuster Introduce Mental Health and MAMA Act

Moore, Baldwin, Shaheen, McBath, and Kuster Introduce Mental Health and MAMA Act

Today, Congresswoman Gwen Moore (D-WI), Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Congresswomen Lucy McBath (D-GA) and Ann McLane Kuster (D-NH) introduced the Mental Health and Making Access More Affordable (MAMA) Act, which would require commercial and governmental health insurance plans that offer services related to mental health and substance use disorders to offer these, with no co-pay from the onset of regular pregnancy care through one-year postpartum.

Senate GOP Hides from Debate on Final Day of Session
Baldwin Pushes Railroads to Address Staffing Shortages that Compromise Safety and Service for Americans

Baldwin Pushes Railroads to Address Staffing Shortages that Compromise Safety and Service for Americans

Major railroads cut nearly 30% of employees over ten-year period

Supervisor Eckblad Commends County Parks’ Efforts in Mitchell Airport Park Playground Replacement Project
County Executive David Crowley Recognizes Mental Health Awareness Month

County Executive David Crowley Recognizes Mental Health Awareness Month

Milwaukee County is working to expand behavioral health services and address mental health challenges

Gov. Evers Calls Special Elections for the 4th Senate District and 8th Congressional District