NEWSROOM

3/11/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - March 11, 2016 Office of Inspector General, National History Day, Survey Results, DNR Update
3/4/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - March 4, 2016 Read Across America, Bill Signings, Broadband Council, New OT Rules
2/26/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - February 26, 2016 Wausaukee School Visit, Marinette County Drug Court, Survey Results, WI Youth Leadership Forum
2/19/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - February 19, 2016 Legislative Week, Executive Order, DNR Report
2/18/2016
📰 Sen. Tom Tiffany on Passage of Managed Forest Law Revisions Senate Bill 434 returns nearly $18 million over the next three years to towns and counties in the form of MFL – Closed fees. As municipalities and counties have had to tighten their belts, the forestry industry has seen an increase in local road weight restrictions.
2/12/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - February 12, 2016 Legislative Week, Senate Scholar, Vilas County Chamber Dinner, World's Largest Penny
2/5/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - February 5, 2016 Rural Wisconsin Initiative, JFC Committee, Bill Signing, District Administrator Meeting,
1/29/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - January 29, 2016 Rural Wisconsin Initiative, Towns Association Meeting, Predator Hunt, Rotary Meeting, DNR Update, Airport Upgrades
1/22/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - January 22, 2016 Office Flood, State of the State, Senate Back in Action, Eagle River Snowmobile Derby
1/19/2016
📰 Sen. Tiffany's State of the State Response As a result of the tough decisions that the Governor and Legislature made, we have been able to cut taxes, freeze UW tuition, our state’s unemployment rate continues to drop and our workforce participation remains high.
1/15/2016
✉️ Tom's E-Update - January 15, 2016 Senate takes to the Floor, Ministry Health Care Visit, Snowmobile Derby, DNR Report, Route 51, Langlade County DA Application, Ethics/Election Commission
1/14/2016
📰 Sen. Tiffany statement on committee passage of MFL and Aquaculture It is important that Wisconsin continues to responsibly utilize our natural resources. Wisconsin’s forest products industry contributes significantly to our economy, and it is vital that there be an adequate supply of wood to our mills.