Press Releases

The latest news from the desk of Rep. Steve Doyle

1/31/2013
Rep. Doyle Supports Transportation Fund Amendment If ratified, the amendment would prohibit the state from using money in the transportation fund for other legislative projects, a common practice in years passed.
1/1/2013
New Session Column I feel optimistic that we can focus on job creation and put aside petty bickering. It is what the people who have elected us expect. Now let’s get to work.
12/21/2012
Rep. Doyle Receives Committee Assignments State Representative Steve Doyle (D-Onalaska), received appointments to four Assembly committees today for the 2013-14 legislative session.
9/15/2012
Doyle to Join Governor at the Executive Residence “The Governor has invited a bipartisan group of legislators to the Executive Residence to join together for a tailgate party, and my wife and I are pleased to be included,” added Doyle.
8/20/2012
Doyle named Ranking Member on Committee Rep. Steve Doyle (D-Onalaska) was nominated by Minority Leader Peter Barca as the ranking Democratic member on the Colleges and University Committee in a letter sent today to Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald.
6/12/2012
Important Issues Need to be Discussed After "Brat Summit" “It is my hope to bring up many issues that were left unresolved at the end of the last legislative session,” said Doyle.
3/16/2012
End of the Session Column The legislature has walked away from scores of bipartisan bills that would create jobs, improve our schools, help fix our economy and make government more transparent.
3/15/2012
Deer Czar Column If we don't respect the input of the people who own the land and walk the woods, we lose their expertise and insight.
2/8/2012
Proposed Mining Bill Jeopardizes Flood Insurance for Nearly 1000 La Crosse County Residents In La Crosse County alone, 994 properties risk becoming ineligible for coverage under federal flood insurance.
1/10/2012
Doyle Economic Development Plan Takes Center Stage A proposal initiated by La Crosse economic development professionals will be heard at a public hearing of the Colleges and Universities Committee this week.