On November 22, Governor Tony Evers signed Assembly Bill 168 into law. The signing event was held at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls campus and was attended by Angela Brenna and Amanda Miller from the Center for Independent Living for Western Wisconsin, along with a number of other disability advocates. The bill, which was sponsored by Representative Shannon Zimmerman, changed the requirement that a person must speak their name when registering to vote in Wisconsin. In recent elections, a number of persons with disabilities with speech difficulties were denied the right to cast their vote simply because they could not speak their name. With the signing of the legislation by Governor Evers, this will no longer be an issue for persons with disabilities in Wisconsin!