On Thursday, November 2nd, Rep. Don Vruwink gave a speech on the Assembly floor regarding the sulfide mining bill. It is true that mining is part of Wisconsin history, but history has shown that mines and their jobs do not last long.http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=15045&start=07-06-20&end=07-09-46

On Wednesday, June 21st, Rep. Don Vruwink again took a stance against Assembly Bill 299. This time he mentioned personal experiences he had with free speech on college campuses and its historical precedents. http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=14711&start=08-03-51&end=08-11-50

On Wednesday, June 14th, in opposition to Assembly Joint Resolution 21, which would make Wisconsin the 30th state to endorse a Constitutional Convention of States, Rep. Don Vruwink spoke on the history of Constitutional Conventions. http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=14688&start=03-31-01&end=03-41-43

On Thursday, May 11th, Rep. Don Vruwink stood against Assembly Bill 299, which made critical changes to the way that speech is protected in Wisconsin. http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=14588&start=01-40-35&end=01-43-25

On Wednesday, May 10th, Rep. Don Vruwink spoke against Assembly Bill 240, which would qualify students who were habitually truant as failing to meet the school attendance requirement. http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=14574&start=02-45-46&end=02-52-48

On Tuesday, May 2nd, Rep. Don Vruwink made his Maiden Speech - his first ever speech on a bill on the floor of the Assembly. He spoke in opposition to Senate Bill 76, a bill that would make changes to the regulation of high capacity wells. http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=14548&start=06-23-39&end=06-38-10

On Tuesday, April 4th, Rep. Don Vruwink presented Rumor, a German Shepherd from Edgerton, with a Hometown Heroes award. Rumor won Best in Show at the 141st Westminster Kennel Club dog show. http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=14471&start=00-05-56&end=00-09-39 Rumor's trainer, Kent Boyles, spoke as well: http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=14471&start=00-10-30&end=00-12-42

On Thursday, March 23rd, Rep. Don Vruwink attended an Assembly Committee on Agriculture meeting, where the committee heard testimony an Assembly Bill 73 - a bill to make cheese the official state dairy product. Instead of "Yes" and "No," each representative named their favorite cheese to register a vote. Rep. Vruwink's favorite? Cheese curds. http://www.wiseye.org/Video-Archive/View-Video-Clip?vid=14409&start=00-28-00&end=00-30-01