Schedule

Monday – November 18, 2019

9:00 am

News Conference: Gov. Evers & AG Kaul Announces Expanded Treatment Court Funding

On November 18, 2019, Governor Evers, Attorney General Josh Kaul and others will announce that more counties and one tribe will be offering more treatment court and diversion (TAD) programs in Wisconsin.

Live

Tuesday – November 19, 2019

9:00 am

EBHPP: Current Crisis, Big Questions: An Update on the Vaping-Related Injury Outbreak and Research on E-Cigarette Use

On November 19, 2019, the Evidence-Based Health Policy Project will hold a Capitol briefing on what we know about the recent outbreak of vaping-related injuries, and look at the research on other potential long-term health impacts of vaping and e-cigarette use.

Live
10:00 am

Senate Committee on Education

On November 19, 2019, the Senate Committee on Education will hold a public hearing on bills relating to incorporating cursive writing into the state model English language arts standards and requiring cursive writing in elementary grades, requiring that student identification cards include contact information for suicide prevention hotlines, grants to support peer-to-peer suicide prevention programs in high school, and the seclusion and physical restraint of pupils.

Live
12:30 pm

Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidates' Forum

On November 19, 2019, the Madison Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society will host a candidates’ forum with all three candidates running in the spring election for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Justice Daniel Kelly, appointed in 2016 by Gov. Scott Walker to replace retired Justice David Prosser, is seeking election to a full 10-year term. Two challengers, Dane County Circuit Court Judge Jill Karofksy and Marquette University law professor Ed Fallone, are also seeking the seat. All three candidates will appear on a nonpartisan primary ballot on February 18, 2020, and the top two finishers will advance to the general election on April 2, 2020.

Live

Wednesday – November 20, 2019

10:00 am

Senate Committee on Health and Human Services

On November 20, 2019, the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services will hold a public hearing on bills relating to suicide prevention, allowing reimbursement of certain expenses for patients participating in caner clinical trials, practicing as a physician assistant or nurse while performing official duties for the armed services or federal health services, certificates for advance directives and findings of in capacity related to power of attorney for health care, and permitting pharmacists to prescribe certain contraceptives.

Live
10:00 am

Senate Committee on Public Benefits, Licensing and State-Federal Relations

On November 20, 2019, the Senate Committee on Public Benefits, Licensing and State-Federal Relations will hold a public hearing on bills relating to reports on bills requiring occupational licenses, requirements for funeral director apprenticeships and licenses, and the practice of physical therapy students and physical therapist assistant students.

Live
10:00 am

Governor's Task Force on Reducing Prescription Drug Prices

On November 20, 2019, the first meeting of the Governor’s Task Force on Reducing Prescription Drug Prices will take place. Created through Executive Order #39, the work of the task force will involve gather and analyzing data on the development, pricing, distribution, and purchasing of prescription drugs. The task force will also analyze strategies utilized in other state and the federal government.

Live

Thursday – November 21, 2019

10:00 am

Assembly Committee on Judiciary

On November 21, 2019, the Assembly Committee on Judiciary will hold a public hearing followed by an executive session on bills relating to expediting criminal proceedings when a victim or witness is an elder person and preserving the testimony of a crime victim or witness who is an elder person, a Public Defender Board student loan payment pilot program, Public Defender Board regulation, revocation of operating privilege for certain offenses related to operating while intoxicated, withholding from a Wisconsin Retirement System lump sum payment or annuity to satisfy an order of restitution, intoxicated operation of all-terrain vehicles, off-highway motorcycles, snowmobiles, and motorboats, and prohibiting a judge from holding a nonjudicial office of public trust while serving in the office to which the judge was appointed or elected.

Live
10:00 am

Assembly Committee on Housing and Real Estate

On November 21, 2019, the Assembly Committee on Housing and Real Estate will hold an executive session followed by a public hearing on bills relating to an exception to commercial building code requirements for the installation or operation of a stairway chair lift in a church constructed before 1919, real estate disclosure reports, and the presumption of riparian rights on navigable waters.

Live

Friday – November 22, 2019

11:00 am

Rewind: Your Week in Review for November 16 – 22

On November 15, 2019, WisconsinEye Senior Producer Steve Walters and WisPolitics.com Editor JR Ross will review this week in state politics.

Monday – November 25, 2019

9:45 am

Wisconsin Supreme Court Oral Arguments: Marathon County v. D. K.

On November 25, 2019, the Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear the oral argument on Marathon County v. D. K. Case #17AP2217

Live
10:00 am

BeBold Workforce Recruitment & Retention Action Accelerator

On November 25, 2019, Competitive Wisconsin will host an Action Accelerator Program event to address historic workforce shortages threatening Wisconsin’s economic wellbeing, the strength of its communities and its quality of life.

The event features:

  • Opening Panel: A Competitive Wisconsin – equipping Wisconsin Employers with the tools they need to compete for the talent they must have
  • Session 1 – Part 1: High Stakes & Pain Points – A Private Sector Perspective on Wisconsin’s Work Force
  • Session 1 – Part 2: Workforce shortages and per capita income
  • Session 1 – Part 3: High Stakes & Pain Points – A Public Sector Perspective on Wisconsin’s Work Force
  • Honorable Guest Speaker: Gov. Tony Evers
  • Session 2 – Part 1: Priorities – Supporting and building on the good work being done now
  • Session 2 – Parts 2 & 3: Priorities – Making Wisconsin a preferred residential destination for high-demand workers
  • Session 3: Getting results…a discussion focused on getting done what needs to get done
Live
10:45 am

Wisconsin Supreme Court Oral Arguments: Langlade County v. D. J. W.

On November 25, 2019, the Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear the oral argument on Langlade County v. D. J. W. Case #18AP145-FT

Live
1:30 pm

Wisconsin Supreme Court Oral Arguments: Emer's Camper Corral, LLC v. Western Heritage Insurance Co.

On November 25, 2019, the Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Emer’s Camper Corral, LLC v. Western Heritage Insurance Co. Case #18AP458

Live

Coverage is subject to change. The schedule is updated throughout the week.

Taped programs will be available on demand typically 1-2 days following the date of taping. Live programming will be available in real time on both our cable channels and streaming on our website. In the event of multiple live programs, one or more events may be broadcast live only on the web.