📰 Sen. Tiffany and Rep. Felzkowski: Wisconsin's Dedication to Forestry and Paper Goods It is important to remember the commitment we have made to sustainably manage these forests. We must guarantee that with each harvest, we are maximizing our forests’ potential to ensure that Wisconsin remains our nation’s largest paper producer.
✉️ Tom's E-Update - March 31, 2017 JFC Begins Work, Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program, Joint Committee on Finance Schedule, Youth Art Month
✉️ Tom's E-Update - March 24, 2017 Committee Update, Joint Committee on Finance Schedule, Rhinelander Paper Mill
✉️ Tom's E-Update - March 17, 2017 Wisconsin's Dedication to Tourism, Joint Committee on Finance Schedule, National Surveyors Week
✉️ Tom's E-Update - March 10, 2017 Committee on Sporting Heritage, Mining, and Forestry, Gas Pump Bill - Legislative Process Update, Ag Day at the Capitol, Senate Floor Session Summary
✉️ Tom's E-Update - March 3, 2017 Aquaculture, Read Across America Day, UW-Madison Climate Study, Court Reporting and Captioning Week
✉️ Tom's E-Update - February 24, 2017 Superior Days, Wisconsin Library Association, Champion of Free Speech Award
✉️ Tom's E-Update - February 17, 2017 Committee and Testifying Process, Rural Wisconsin Initiative, Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association, DNR Forestry Master Plan
✉️ Tom's E-Update - February 10, 2017 Budget, Potawatomi, Papermakers
📰 Sen. Tom Tiffany's Statement Regarding the 2017-19 Budget Address As I campaigned throughout my district this past summer and fall, I told my constituents that the number one priority for the state is workforce development. I echo Governor Walker’s priority of bringing Wisconsin back to work.
✉️ Tom's E-Update - February 3, 2017 Wisconsin State Capitol Building Turns 100 Years Old, Good Neighbor Authority, Governor Walker's Rural School Announcement, Culverts, Eagle Scout Presentation
✉️ Tom's E-Update - January 27, 2017 Listening Session Recap, Wisconsin's Mining Moratorium, Wisconsin Highway System Audit Report, Governor Walker's Welfare Proposal, Remembering Leroy Albright