Rep. Jesse Kremer to Support Bills Protecting Privacy, Personal Freedoms and Safety Today, the Assembly will take up two bills important to the protection of personal privacy, freedom and safety in Wisconsin. Assembly Bill 10 seeks to give courts jurisdiction in cases of domestic abuse or harassment toward Wisconsin residents occurring across state lines, and Assembly Bill 19 prohibits the use of a GPS device to track a vehicle’s whereabouts without the owner’s consent, with exceptions for law enforcement officers, lienholders, parents and business owners.
Rep. Kremer Circulates Proposal to Draw New Business to Wisconsin Press release for Rep. Kremer's 20 year tax holiday plan to bring businesses to Wisconsin. To be eligible, the business must not produce a product that would directly compete with an existing Wisconsin business.
Rep. Kremer Circulates Bill to Require Photo IDs on FoodShare Cards Today, Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) circulated a proposal that seeks to help reduce fraud, waste and abuse within Wisconsin’s FoodShare program by adding photos to FoodShare EBT cards known as QUEST cards.
Rep. Jesse Kremer and Senator Devin LeMahieu Applaud Joint Finance Committee for Approving Budget Provision to Discourage Food Stamp Fraud On Friday, the Joint Finance Committee voted 12-4 on a motion requested by Sen. Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) and Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) to institute a replacement fee for lost or stolen “electronic benefit transfer” cards, otherwise known as “food stamp” cards...
Rep. Jesse Kremer Pushes Back on DOR, Provides Predictability for Small Business Audits At the recommendation of several 59th Assembly District constituents, Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) has authored a bill that will push back on Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) audits of small businesses and provide more predictability during the process.