✉️ Tom's E-Update - January 13, 2017 Copper Peak
✉️ Tom's E-Update - January 6, 2017 Senate Inauguration
✉️ Tom's E-Update - January 20, 2017 SOAR Charter School, Tele-pharmacy, Listening Sessions, Snowmobile World Championship Derby
📰 Sen. Tiffany: You're Hired! I would rather have the mining take place in Wisconsin where we can regulate it, employ Wisconsinites, and have our schools and local governments reap the windfall. It is time to remove the mining moratorium.
📰 Sen. Tiffany's Statement Regarding the State of the State Address I want to commend Governor Walker and the First Lady for their commitment to ensure everyone in this state, including Sandy from Eagle River, a constituent in the 12th Senate District, can enjoy a bright future with their family
📰 Sen. Tiffany and Rep. Jarchow Support Federal Legislation to Delist Gray Wolf The overpopulation of gray wolves on Wisconsin’s landscape is harming farmers, hunters, and residents of rural Wisconsin. It is time for the gray wolf to be removed from the Endangered Species List.
📰 Sen. Tiffany, Reps. Felzkowski, Swearingen, and Mursau Announce Joint Listening Sessions Senator Tiffany and Representatives Announce Joint Listening Session
📰 Location, Date, and Time Announced for Great Lakes Wolf Summit “After receiving a great response following our announcement of the Great Lakes Wolf Summit, we are pleased to announce the event will take place on Thursday, September 15th in Cumberland, WI."
📰 Sen. Tiffany and Rep. Jarchow Introduce Homeowner's Bill of Rights Homeownership is the foundation of the American Dream. Studies consistently show that homeowners enjoy a significantly higher net worth than non-homeowners. That is why we believe more should be done to protect and encourage families to become homeowners.
Homeowners' Bill of Rights Media Advisory Sen. Tiffany and Rep. Jarchow to Unveil Homeowners' Bill of Rights
📰 Sen. Tiffany and Rep. Jarchow: Enough is Enough The state of Wisconsin is more than willing and able, to manage the wolf population within our borders when the species is once again delisted. Scientists from across the state have already called on the federal government to delist the wolf and it is about time they take the call seriously.
✉️ Tom's E-Update - April 14, 2016 Final E-Update for Legislative Session: MFL Bill Signing, Updated Jobs Numbers, Daisy Award, Class Visits