Schedule

Monday – February 25, 2019

1:00 pm

Black History Month: Roundtable Discussion on State of Criminal Justice Reform

Public Hearing: SB 5011 (proposed sub), SB 5137, SB 5138, SB 5370; Work Session: WSDOT Aviation update on drones.
Live
2:30 pm

Newsmakers: State Patrol Superintendent Anthony Burrell

Public Hearing: HB 1443, HB 1566, HB 1662; Possible Executive Session: HB 1324, HB 1334, HB 1167, HB 1579.

Tuesday – February 26, 2019

9:30 am

Newsmakers: Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty Institute's Education Reforms

On February 7, 2019, WisconsinEye Senior Producer Steve Walters will sit down with the WILL’s Executive Vice President CJ Szafir and Directory and Legal Counsel of Education Policy Libby Sobic to discuss their education reforms in the WisconsinEye Studios in Madison, WI.

12:30 pm

WTC Innovation Network Luncheon: Industrial Hemp

Public Hearing: HB 1654, HB 1655, HB 1665; Possible Executive Session: HB 1279, HB 1498, HB 1071, HB 1342, HB 1503, HB 1568.
Live

Wednesday – February 27, 2019

11:00 am

Senate Committee on Health and Human Services

Public Hearing: SB 5322, SB 5545, SB 5588, SB 5152, SB 5629, SB 5347, SB 5555.
Live
12:00 pm

MPC: Behind the Headlines – UW System: Time for Transformation?

Public Hearing: SB 5568, SB 5573, SB 5586, SB 5640, SB 5645, SB 5737.
Live
1:00 pm

Assembly Committee on Children and Families

Public Hearing: HB 1381, HB 1500, HB 1501, HB 1767.
Live

Thursday – February 28, 2019

6:30 pm

2019 State of the Budget Address

Work Session: Impacts of homelessness on WSDOT right-of-way; Public Hearing: SB 5505, SB 5506, SB 5695, SB 5653; Possible Executive Session: SB 5668, SB 5254, SB 5005, SB 5128, SB 5267, SB 5362, SB 5417, SB 5104.  
Live
8:00 pm

News Conference: 2019 State of the Budget Reactions

Public Hearing: HB 1628, HB 1650, HB 1736; Possible Executive Session: HB 1377, HB 1386, HB 1406, HB 1435, HB 1581, HB 1590.
Live

Friday – March 1, 2019

11:00 am

Rewind: Your Week in Review for February 22 – March 1

On March 1, 2019, WisconsinEye Senior Producer Steve Walters and WisPolitics.com Editor JR Ross review this week in state politics in the WisconsinEye Studios in Madison, WI.

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.