Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) addressed the protest violence and Capitol grounds damage at a recent news conference with other GOP leaders. "I have been supportive of the idea that if people want to peacefully protest, that is their right as an American and that is how change happens, but as we have now watched this movement spiral from peaceful protests to doing things that are violent, that is going to turn people in the opposite direction and hurt the very reforms that people want to have happen," Speaker Vos said. Vos also talked about taking real actions by promising the chair of the Legislative Black Caucus, Rep. Lakeshia Myers (D-Milwaukee), to collaborate on a meaningful legislative package. "Now, sometimes politics is slow, but it also is deliberate and that's how we get things right."

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Tim Russell

They need to get Mike Huebsch back in to get the million dollar estimate to replace carpet?

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