Hurley Resident Attends Gov. Evers State of the State
MADISON – Paul Sturgul, Hurley attorney and aging and long-term care advocate, made the trip down to Madison as the guest of Rep. Beth Meyers at Gov. Tony Evers State of the State address.
“I was honored and delighted to be my representative’s guest at the State of the State,” said Sturgul. “I have long been an advocate for those who are aging and want adequate resources, reward for a lifetime of work and opportunities to live out their lives with dignity. I’m grateful to the governor and my representative for highlighting these issues.”
“As the leading Democrat on the Aging and Long Term Care committee, I was grateful to host such an advocate for our aging population,” said Rep. Beth Meyers. “I’m also pleased that Governor Evers is making issues a priority that matter to Northern Wisconsin—rural economic development, accessible and affordable health care, fixing our roads and bridges and suicide prevention. Making lives better for all Wisconsinites, from Beloit to Bayfield, is my priority as a legislator, and I’m excited to continue working with Governor Evers.”