For ten years the GOP-dominated Legislature has turned down federal funds for a BadgerCare expansion, blocking access to the program for at least 90,000 people.
Gov. Tony Evers declared an energy emergency on Wednesday in preparation for power outages caused by downed trees and accumulating ice on power lines from the winter storm that swept through Wisconsin.
In March, Gov. Tony Evers (D) responded to the rising number of fentanyl overdoses in Wisconsin by passing legislation that would ensure free fentanyl test strips to be made readily accessible to residents.
Gov. Tony Evers announced on Tuesday a new $10 million grant program to help people replace, reconstruct, treat or abandon private wells in an effort to improve access to clean drinking water across the state.
On July 20th, Governor Tony Evers filed a lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court against 3 Wisconsin manufacturers and 15 other chemical companies for their use of PFAS, which the state claims has polluted the water and natural resources of Wisconsin.
Gov. Tony Evers is establishing Wisconsin as the small business powerhouse of the Midwest, and it is due to his commitment to small businesses.
Emergency Order #170, which forbids price gouging of gasoline and diesel, was signed by Governor Tony Evers.
Governor Tony Evers has announced a $2.2 million investment in violence prevention efforts for the city of Milwaukee.
Governor Tony Evers has announced a new fund for the development of affordable housing throughout the state of Wisconsin.
Gov. Evers is continuing the push towards expanding broadband internet access for both rural residents as well as other underserved communities and businesses.