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Spring 2013 Survey
Wisconsin State Legislature
Rep. Steineke Statement on Assembly Passage of Budget Bill
Today the Assembly passed the state budget bill that establishes a solid fiscal plan for the next two years. I was pleased to vote for a budget that cuts taxes, invests in education, reforms government, and sets Wisconsin on course for a better future.
Rep. Steineke Votes to Repair Unemployment Insurance Program
This long-awaited reform will help root-out waste and abuse while strengthening the solvency of the unemployment insurance fund.
E-Update: Joint Finance Committee Passes Budget
The Joint Finance Committee finished up their work on the state budget this week. They passed one of the largest tax cuts in history, simplified the tax code, increased funding for public schools and strengthened safety nets for our most vulnerable.
E-Update: Job Numbers Improve
This week, the Joint Finance Committee continued to modify the Governor's budget bill. Here are a few highlights:
E-Update: Revenue Numbers Improve
Thank you to everyone who attended my listening sessions in Freedom and Seymour this week. I enjoyed our discussions and appreciated hearing all of your views.
Area Lawmaker Proposes Recall Change
KAUKAUNA - Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of Governor Scott Walker surviving a recall election. Now Republican lawmakers are trying to change the criteria necessary to bring about a recall.
Local Lawmakers Weigh in on Budget
Local lawmakers are reacting to the moves that the Legislature's budget committee made overnight.
Tax Cuts for Everyone
The budget calls for a 650 million dollar cut to income taxes which nearly double's Governor Walker's original tax cut proposal.
New victim advocate bill to be introduced
Two state representatives circulated legislation Monday that would grant sexual assault and domestic abuse victims the right to be accompanied by a victim advocate.
GOP lawmakers want to end $15 million program for road aesthetics
Madison - Republican lawmakers are making a move to end a state Department of Transportation program that funnels up to $15 million a year into murals...