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Robert Wittke

Wisconsin State Assembly member from Racine. Republican. First elected in 2019.

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Gov. Evers Announces State Building Commission Approves $71 Million Projects Across Wisconsin
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Gov. Evers Announces State Building Commission Approves $71 Million Projects Across Wisconsin

Projects include funding for the design of a new Wisconsin Historical Society Museum, new UW Madison Engineering Building, expansion of critical health care resources, and building improvements to improve safety, reduce energy usage and carbon emissions

Gov. Evers Announces State Building Commission Approves More than $106 Million in Projects Across Wisconsin
Assembly Passes MPS Breakup Bill

Assembly Passes MPS Breakup Bill

Plus a 'parental bill of rights' and several mandates for UW System.

Murphy’s Law: Why Brewers Stadium Conflict Erupted
Murphy’s Law

Why Brewers Stadium Conflict Erupted

Legislature has squeezed the five-county ballpark district, leaving it less flexibility.

Legislature Considers Breaking Up MPS

Legislature Considers Breaking Up MPS

Republican bills create four to eight smaller districts, remove income limits from school choice.

Gov. Evers Announces State Building Commission Approves More than $28 Million in Projects Across Wisconsin
The State of Politics: MPS Is Still a Capitol Football
The State of Politics

MPS Is Still a Capitol Football

Latest proposal to break up school system is latest of such proposals going back decades.

GOP Lawmakers Seek Control of Federal Aid

GOP Lawmakers Seek Control of Federal Aid

Proposed constitutional amendment gives Legislature control over spending federal funds.

Gov. Evers Announces State Building Commission Approves More than $60 Million in Projects Across Wisconsin
GOP Bill Would Penalize Colleges for Free Speech Violations

GOP Bill Would Penalize Colleges for Free Speech Violations

Colleges could lose funding and face lawsuits. Bill mirrors a Board of Regents resolution.

WILL Works With Lawmakers to Advance Transparency Bills to Governor Evers
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WILL Works With Lawmakers to Advance Transparency Bills to Governor Evers

Bills shine light on public school spending, curriculum

GOP Bill Moves State Elections Commission to Wausau

GOP Bill Moves State Elections Commission to Wausau

Opponents note this moves the commission away from the majority of state population.

GOP Bill Requires Parent Notification of Gender, Sexual Orientation Education

GOP Bill Requires Parent Notification of Gender, Sexual Orientation Education

Bill covers any instruction on sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or gender expression.

Democrats Walk Out Of Assembly Committee

Democrats Walk Out Of Assembly Committee

Citing COVID-19 risk and no Republicans wearing masks. 'This is so far from real democracy.'

Gov. Evers Announces State Building Commission Approves More than $92 Million in Projects Across Wisconsin
Building Commission Approves Nearly $87 Million in Projects in Wisconsin
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Building Commission Approves Nearly $87 Million in Projects in Wisconsin

Projects include nearly $66 million approved for Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center expansion

As State Looks to Bounce Back from Pandemic, Gov. Evers Urges Bipartisan Support for $2.38 Billion in Capital Budget Investments to Provide Estimated 29,000 Family-Supporting Jobs, $4.3 Billion in Economic Impact 
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As State Looks to Bounce Back from Pandemic, Gov. Evers Urges Bipartisan Support for $2.38 Billion in Capital Budget Investments to Provide Estimated 29,000 Family-Supporting Jobs, $4.3 Billion in Economic Impact 

Governor's 2021-23 capital budget to be taken up by State Building Commission this week includes major projects in both Republican and Democratic districts

Governor Evers Announces 2021-23 Capital Budget Recommendations
Gov. Evers Announces Building Commission Approves Projects
Vos Makes Appointments to Racial Disparities Task Force

Vos Makes Appointments to Racial Disparities Task Force

This, after the speaker refused to hold a session on racial justice legislation.

Non-Profit Didn’t Report Campaign Spending?

Non-Profit Didn’t Report Campaign Spending?

Jobs First Coalition spent $1 million to elect Republican legislators but left it off tax forms, complaint to IRS says.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Catholic School Tax Change Would Cost City
Eyes on Milwaukee

Catholic School Tax Change Would Cost City

Archdiocese seeks legislation whereby schools leased for profit would still be tax exempt.