Packer fans in 13 Wisconsin counties can't always watch the game. A new bill looks to change that.

Dubbed the "Go Pack Go Act", the bill would require cable, satellite and other video providers to provide their Wisconsin subscribers with access to programming from the broadcast television stations in a Wisconsin media market. 13 counties in Wisconsin, particularly along the borders, are assigned to out-of-state television markets that do not always air broadcasts of Packer games, a statement from Baldwin's office said.

Rodgers absent as Packers conduct voluntary OTAs this week

Reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers was one of several notable veterans missing as the Green Bay Packers began voluntary organized team activities this week. Packers coach Matt LaFleur confirmed Tuesday that Rodgers isn’t expected at all this week. Rodgers indicated last month he plans to join the Packers for their mandatory minicamp in June. Rodgers skipped all the OTAs as well as the minicamp last year during a standoff with team management.