Senator Olsen met with Mike Mazemke, Elizabeth Kuhr, Stephanie Doine, Bruce Meagher,and Doug Kulinski to discuss a new assisted living facility in Iola
Senator Luther Olsen explains to the Joint Audit Committee why he asked for an audit of the Veterans Home at King.
We stopped by to see Marquette County Sheriff Kim Gaffney during the Governor's 2016 Tourism Ride through the state.
I had a chance to see First Lady Tonette Walker, Representative Kevin Petersen and Jeff Anderson from the Department of Tourism at the Waupaca Walk with Walker.
I had a great time talking with area veterans after the Princeton Memorial Day Parade.
Adams Friendship Elementary School visited the Capitol in March, 2016.
I spoke to the students from Adams Friendship Elementary when they visited in March about what it's like to be a State Senator.
Abigail Briquelet from the Iola Scandinavia School District spent a week in Madison learning the ins and outs of state government.
Cambria Friesland Elementary School visited the Capitol in March. It's great to meet so many elementary school students!
I had the honor to work with Attorney General Brad Schimmel and Representative Rob Hutton on Crime Victim Restitution legislation - Assembly Bill 663 was approved by the Legislature and is awaiting the Governor's signature.
Students from Waupaca Learning Center visited the State Capitol in March.
Governor Scott Walker signed Senate Bill 458 into law. This bill provides homeowners with more information on a contractor they have hired by requiring certain information to be included on the building permit.
Governor Scott Walker signed Senate Bill 640 into law. This bill clarifies legislative intent around some education provisions of the 2015-17 state budget.
Ripon's Murray Elementary School visited the Capitol to learn more about state government.
Quest Elementary School from Ripon visited the Capitol in February.
The students from Quest Elementary School in Ripon asked a lot of good questions about how state government works.
Senate Scholar Mariah Vanderleest from Berlin spent a week in Madison learning about the legislative process.
Governor Scott Walker signed Senate Bill 386 into law. This bill makes improvements to the state's Adoption Records Search Program making it easier for adult adoptees to access medical information about their birth parents.
I've known Governor Scott Walker since we both served in the State Assembly together.
I testified before the Senate Education Committee on legislation I introduced.
Leadership Waupaca County was in Madison to talk to their legislators about issues important to Waupaca County.
The Education Committee held an informational hearing on how the mental health of students impacts their learning and the school environment.
Luther received a Working for Wisconsin Award from the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce at Brakebush Brothers in Westfield.
On June 18th, Luther had the honor of presenting Zoey Brooks, Wisconsin’s 67th Alice in Dairyland, with a citation. We are confident that Zoey will accomplish many great things during her tenure as Alice!
On Thursday, April 17th, Luther spoke at a “Texting and Driving…it Can Wait” event at Wild Rose High School. Texting is not the only activity that can distract a person while driving but it is one of the most dangerous. Remember no text is worth risking your life or the lives of others. #DriveEngaged
Luther thanks Governor Walker for signing 16 of his bills into law.
Luther had the opportunity to visit E.K. Machine’s new E.K. Power Products facility in Fall River with Governor Walker.
Luther had a great time shadowing and connecting with Clint Kendall of Wild Rose!
Luther, along with Representative Joan Ballweg, DATCP Secretary Ben Brancel and Alice in Dairyland Kristin Olson, visited Forest Lane Elementary School in Montello to congratulate Nathan Barganz. Nathan was the Wisconsin State Winner in the Bonnie Plants Third Grade Cabbage Program.
Meeting with Leadership Waupaca County.