• Statement on Gov. Walker’s proposed work restrictions
    MADISON – After years of Republican policies that have cut family wages, shrunk the middle class and increased student loan debt, Gov. Walker is proposing more restrictions on working families in need of assistance. His latest proposal creates new rules and regulations for workers struggling to make ends meet while adding additional layers of state bureaucracy. In response, Senate Democratic Leader Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) released the following statement:
  • Protect Seniors by extending SeniorCare
    MADISON – Protecting senior citizens and access to affordable prescription drugs are top priorities for Democrats as the 2017-18 legislative session gets underway. The SeniorCare Protection Act is being authored by Sen. Tim Carpenter (D-Milwaukee) and is co-sponsored by several Democratic leaders including Sen. Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse). The bill would ensure the continuation of SeniorCare and prevent future raids on prescription drug care funding.
  • Senate Dem Leader lays out priorities for 2017-18 session
    MADISON, WI – Senate Democratic Leader Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) welcomed new and returning members to the legislature today at the inauguration ceremony for the 103rd Session of the State Legislature. In her inauguration day remarks, Sen. Shilling laid out her vision for the future and policy goals to strengthen the middle class, boost family wages and invest in the future of Wisconsin.
  • Statement on GOP Election Rigging Lawsuit
    MADISON, WI – New filings submitted in a Federal Appeals Court case show that Republican politicians are unwilling to reform a broken redistricting process that allowed legislators to secretly draw politically-motivated district maps and rig elections in their favor. The move has been slammed by the court and non-partisan election watchdogs as an "unconstitutional gerrymander."
  • Gov. Walker and President-elect Trump put polluters and special interests ahead of Wisconsin families
    Rather than creating jobs and expanding economic opportunities, Gov. Walker is once again proposing a range of costly, discriminatory and unconstitutional policies aimed at punishing workers and dividing communities.

 

Hello and welcome to my web site!
 
It is an honor to serve as the State Senator for the 32nd Senate District. On this website, you will be able to find information about the 32nd District, legislative proposals, state assistance information and more.
 
This resource also helps me to stay connected with all of you, and I hope that you will contact me if you have any questions or concerns. I hope you enjoy this website and I look forward to hearing from you!
 
Sincerely,

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JENNIFER K. SHILLING
State Senator
32nd Senate District


 


 

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