Recount Reform Passes Senate Legislation One Step Closer to Signature by Governor Walker
LeMahieu Statement on Potential Presidential Recount Russia Did Not Steal Wisconsin Election
Enabling Community Partners in Wisconsin’s Fight Against Illegal Drugs This bill strengthens local partnerships and allows medical personnel to assist law enforcement with confidence.
Bill to Help Sexual Assault Victims Signed into Law Senate Bill 170 extends the criminal statute of limitations for second and third degree sexual assault from 6 to 10 years.
Sen. LeMahieu Introduces Online Voter Registration “Wisconsin’s strong voter ID law has finally taken effect. We now need to take steps to strengthen the security of the voter registration process in order to prevent voter fraud."
LeMahieu: Supports Bipartisan Elections and Ethics Commissions Earlier today, Assembly leadership announced a plan to reform the Government Accountability Board under a bipartisan model.
Senator LeMahieu and Representatives Katsma and Vorpagel Announce Listening Sessions Listening sessions provide an opportunity for legislators to hear directly from constituents on how to improve our state government.
Senator LeMahieu and Representative Tittl Announce Listening Sessions Listening sessions provide an opportunity for legislators to hear directly from constituents on how to improve our state government.
Sen. LeMahieu: Our laws and government must respect political speech This morning the Wisconsin Supreme Court issued an opinion putting the John Doe investigation to a clear and complete halt.
Time for Change at the Government Accountability Board Today’s revelations about the coordinated investigations between the Government Accountability Board and the Internal Revenue Service further highlight concerns that have long existed.
Sen. LeMahieu Votes to Protect Taxpayers, Repeal Prevailing Wage in State Budget Tonight, the Senate passed the state budget, Senate Bill 21, including a repeal of the prevailing wage law for school districts and local governments.
Gov. Walker Signs Two Election Bills Led by Sen. LeMahieu Governor Scott Walker signed Senate Bills 96 and 121 into law. The bills, supported by the Wisconsin County Clerks Association, will modernize and increase efficiency for election administration in Wisconsin.
Senator LeMahieu Blasts Federal Court for Delaying Highway 23 Expansion Project Today, Senator LeMahieu released the following statement upon hearing the U.S. Eastern District Court ruled to halt the Highway 23 expansion project between Fond du Lac and Plymouth
Governor Walker Signs 70 MPH Speed Limit into Law 2nd LeMahieu Bill Becomes Law, Limit Could Take Effect as Soon as This Summer
LeMahieu Applauds Action to Protect K-12 Education Joint Finance Committee Invests in K-12 Education, Protects Options for Students
LeMahieu Statement on Senate Passage of 70 MPH Speed Limit Today, the State Senate approved increasing the maximum speed limit in Wisconsin to 70 mph. The legislation, authored by Senator Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg), passed on a bipartisan voice vote. In response, Senator LeMahieu released the following statement:
Devin LeMahieu Statement on New Revenue Numbers In response to news by the Legislative Fiscal Bureau that they would not be releasing revised revenue estimates, Senator Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) released the following statement:
70 MPH Speed Limit Bill Moving Forward in State Senate Rep. Paul Tittl (R-Manitowoc) and State Senator Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) made the following comments today in response to a proposed amendment to the bill raising the maximum speed limit in Wisconsin to 70 mph.
Senator Devin LeMahieu and Representative Mike Kuglitsch Named as State Conservation Legislators of the Year by the WWF Today, the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, the state’s largest conservation organization, announced the naming of Senator Devin Le Mahieu (Oostburg) and Representative Mike Kuglitsch (New Berlin) as the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation State Legislators of the Year.
Senator Devin LeMahieu and Rep. Jesse Kremer Applaud Joint Finance Committee for Approving Budget Provision to Discourage Food Stamp Fraud Today, the Joint Finance Committee voted 12-4 on a motion requested by Sen. Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) and Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) to institute a replacement fee for lost or stolen “electronic benefit transfer” cards, otherwise known as “food stamp” cards.
LeMahieu Raffle Reform Bill Signed Into Law Senator Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) issued the following statement after Governor Walker signed Assembly Bill 14, the Raffle Reform Bill, into law
Devin LeMahieu Statement on Passing of Trooper Trevor Casper Senator Devin LeMahieu released the following statement on the death of Trooper Trevor Casper of Kiel, who was killed yesterday in the line of duty
Sen. LeMahieu Comments on Informational Hearing on Campaign Finance Legislature has duty to repeal and replace Chapter 11
LeMahieu Applauds Bipartisan Passage of Speed Limit Increase Assembly Approves Increasing Speed Limit to 70 mph on 76-22 Vote
LeMahieu Raffle Reform Bill Passes State Legislature Senator Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) issued the following statement after the Senate’s vote to pass Assembly Bill 14, the Raffle Reform Bill
Rep. Katsma and Sen. LeMahieu Protecting Wisconsin’s Cemeteries State Representative Terry Katsma (R–Oostburg) and State Senator Devin LeMahieu (R–Oostburg) have introduced bipartisan bills in both houses of the Wisconsin Legislature that aim to help cemetery authorities adequately care for their properties
Devin LeMahieu Statement on Right to Work Vote Senator Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) issued the following statement following the Senate vote to pass Right to Work legislation
LeMahieu to Join Congressman Grothman at District Town Halls “As always, I look forward to hearing from my constituents on issues that are important to them,” said LeMahieu. “My thanks to Congressman Grothman for allowing me to join him at his upcoming town hall meetings.”
Statement on Governor Walker’s Budget Address “Governor Walker promised bold ideas in this budget, and he has certainly delivered. It’s clear the Governor is focused on growing the economy, not government bureaucracy.
Sen. LeMahieu, Reps. Tittl, Katsma, Vorpagel Announce Office Hours State Senator Devin LeMahieu joined his three area State Representatives – Paul Tittl, Terry Katsma, and Tyler Vorpagel – in announcing office hours. The area legislators will be holding office hours for constituents on Wednesday, February 4th and Thursday, February 5th.
Rep. Tittl and Sen. LeMahieu Unveil 70 MPH Speed Limit Bill “More people are commuting to work further than ever before,” stated Sen. LeMahieu. “This is a simple, commonsense change that might help my constituents get home to their families a couple minutes sooner.”
Senator LeMahieu Appointed to State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Senator Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) issued the following statement today after being appointed as the Senate Majority Representative to the State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (SCAODA).
Devin LeMahieu Sworn in as 9th District State Senator “I am very humbled by this opportunity and look forward to working hard to serve the citizens and taxpayers of the 9th Senate District,” said Senator LeMahieu. “I am ready to hit the ground running and excited to keep Wisconsin moving forward.”