Rep. Kremer Remarks on Public Hearing Regarding Title X Distributions Today, the Assembly Health Committee heard public testimony on AB 310, a bill to require Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services to apply annually for federal Title X funding, and to distribute those funds first to public entities such as Wisconsin’s Well-Woman Program and state and local health departments and clinics.
Committee Hears Bill to Add Photos to FoodShare QUEST Cards Assembly Bill 222, a bill to add photo identification to FoodShare benefit (QUEST) cards, received a public hearing today in the Assembly’s Public Benefit Reform Committee. The bill seeks to eliminate recipient fraud – fraud that occurs when a card is used by a person other than the designated FoodShare recipient – by implementing photos on QUEST cards.
Rep. Kremer Remarks Following AB 305 Hearing The realization that the ethical and moral fabric of our society has deteriorated to this point is startling. One cannot help but think of the atrocities committed in the name of research by Dr. Josef Mengele in 1940’s Germany when contemplating the situation here today. I simply cannot condone research, no matter how beneficial to our state’s economy, that obtains material through such means. I trust that this bill will put an end to these practices.
Rep. Kremer Circulates Bill to Curb DOT Waste Today, Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) circulated a bill to end the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s wasteful abuse of taxpayer dollars in three areas: installation of highway on-ramp gates, digital message boards and traffic cameras.
Rep. Kremer Statement on 2015 Act 56: Wisconsin’s Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act is Law Today, Governor Walker signed SB 179 into law, granting long overdue protections to unborn children who are capable of feeling pain caused by gruesome late-term abortion procedures. In response, Rep. Kremer (R-Kewaskum) issued the following statement: