If a state lawmaker has his way, Monday will have been the final Columbus Day in Wisconsin. Assembly Democrat David Bowen spent part of his holiday at the Indian Community School in suburban Milwaukee, where students have been pushing to rename Columbus Day as “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.” Bowen said he would introduce a state bill to dump Christopher Columbus’ name from a federal holiday that’s been in place since 1937 — joining a number of other states and cities that have made the change. Critics say Columbus opened America to European domination when he discovered a place that Native Americans already called home. Bowen says Indigenous Peoples’ Day would recognize Native Americans that Bowen says have given Wisconsin “such a rich history.”