Governor Evers delivered his State of the State address last week. Though he spoke for more than 45 minutes, his speech was notable for one subject that he avoided entirely - crime. Wisconsin’s crime rate is up 9%, Milwaukee just recorded a record high in homicides, and people don’t feel safe in their communities - yet Governor Evers failed to present a plan to combat crime or even mention the subject. A striking fact is that one in five murder or attempted murder suspects in Milwaukee County was out on bond for another felony. That's why I am co-sponsoring a bail reform that will work to prevent violent offenders from being able to threaten public safety. Wisconsin cannot and should not play catch and release with criminals.