Rep. Kremer Joins Governor Walker for Signing of Historic Foxconn Investment in Wisconsin Today, Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-59 Kewaskum) joined Governor Walker at Gateway Technical College for the signing of legislation to bring electronics manufacturer Foxconn to Wisconsin. This project will generate a projected $10 billion in capital investment and a possible ripple effect from partnerships and secondary economic growth that could reach over $78 billion in gross domestic product over the 15-year term of the deal.
Rep. Kremer Mourns Loss of Rep. Gannon It is with much sadness this morning that we inform our constituents and the public at large of the passing of State Representative Bob Gannon. Rep. Gannon was a strong Christian and advocate for liberty in Washington County and the state as a whole.
Rep. Kremer and Sen. Testin to Hold Press Conference before Hearing on Hemp Bill Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) and Senator Patrick Testin (R-Stevens Point) will host a press conference from 9:15-9:45 A.M. on Tuesday, October 10th in the Assembly Parlor to discuss the Farm Freedom Act (SB 119), a bill they have authored that would once again allow Wisconsin farmers to cultivate hemp.
Industrial Hemp on the Verge of Returning to Wisconsin In a move supported by farmers throughout Wisconsin, both houses of the state legislature voted unanimously to pass the Farm Freedom Act, which would end the state’s decades-long prohibition on the cultivation of industrial hemp. Hemp - a fibrous plant used in the manufacture of hundreds of products including brake pads, lotion, protective vests, and building materials...
Public Hearing Held on Sheboygan Air Monitor & State Air Emissions Rules Review Bills Today, the Assembly Committee on Federalism & Interstate Relations held a public hearing on two bills within the “Air Quality & Economic Opportunity” Reforms Package authored by Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum). These two bills, AB587 and AB588, would attempt to remove burdensome policies that are stifling Wisconsin businesses and depressing the quality of life for our lower, middle, and fixed income constituents.