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Spring 2013 Survey
Wisconsin State Legislature
Making the Budget Bill Better
Wisconsin is moving in the right direction. Our jobs numbers are on the rise. Revenues are increasing, and we are improving our business climate. Passing a balanced budget will help Wisconsin continue to move forward.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
I recently spent the day in Balsam Lake where the Speaker's Taskforce on Mental Health met for the fourth time.
Wisconsin Assembly Honors Sergeant Andrew Steiner With Hometown Hero Award
"Sgt. Steiner truly exemplified the Military’s core values of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor integrity, and personal service,” said Steineke.
Rep. Steineke Votes for Better Health and Accountability
“This bill looks out for families and taxpayers,” said Rep. Steineke. “It empowers FoodShare recipients to buy healthier food. By establishing guidelines, taxpayer dollars will be used more wisely.”
Giving Victims an Advocate
Lisa Penterman was sexually assaulted by an acquaintance five years ago. From the day she reported the assault, to the day the case ended, an advocate was beside her every step of the way.
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...
Lawmaker targets decorative DOT work
BROWN COUNTY - From wrought iron railings to decorative stone work and landscaping, it's all part of the $1.5 billion Highway 41 reconstruction project.
Want fancy landscaping...Get out your wallet
Have you noticed the interesting designs and landscaping around new road projects in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin Legislator Wants Cities to Pay for Road Decorative Enhancements
Green Bay - A state legislator from the Fox Valley says taxpayers shouldn't have to pay for decorative enhancements on highway construction projects.
Weekly Video Update - April 26