Two Bills From Watertown Senator Pass The Assembly

(Madison) Two bills from Senator John Jagler have passed the State Assembly.

The first legislation requires school districts to collect and report crime data that happens at high schools. Jagler says parents across Wisconsin are demanding more transparency about what is happening at their children’s schools. The Watertown Republican adds everyone deserves to know the environment that kids face every day.

The second bill would clean up transfer rules between parental choice programs. Jagler says moving a student between programs can be confusing and time consuming. He says this bill ensures parents are able to make the best decision for their child and reduces the red tap holding them up.

Both bills passed the Assembly with unanimous votes and now head to the governor’s desk for a signature.