• Presidential visit highlights Wisconsin economic challenges
    KENOSHA, WI – Wisconsin families agree that more needs to be done to create jobs, protect local workers and strengthen communities. As President Trump visits the state, Democrats are urging action on a range of proposals to expand economic opportunities and encourage local business growth.
  • Expand economic opportunities with child care tax credits
    “It’s like we paid off our mortgage.” That’s how one parent described the feeling when their child grew out of daycare and the family was able to pocket more of their paycheck. The extra cash saved each month was a windfall for these working parents who struggled to afford the cost of child care on top of their home payments, student loans, groceries and monthly bills.
  • Local Water Contamination Raises Red Flags
    LA CROSSE, WI – The issue of water quality and safety is hitting home for families in western Wisconsin as local health officials warn residents of potentially contaminated drinking water from private wells in the Towns of Onalaska and Holland.
  • Republicans Vote to Privatize Wisconsin Water
    MADISON, WI – Access to clean drinking water has become a major concern across Wisconsin. Pollution, contamination and over-pumping of groundwater have depleted water supplies and created major health and economic concerns. Rather than promoting a sustainable management plan, Republican politicians are rushing to pass Senate Bill 76 which will privatize water rights, eliminate oversight and prohibit the DNR from reviewing the cumulative impact of high capacity wells on local communities.
  • Republicans propose “Permitless Carry” bill
    MADISON, WI – As gun lobbyists push to expand access to firearms across the country, Wisconsin Republicans announced their plan to allow dangerous individuals to carry firearms without a permit or background check. The “Permitless Carry” proposal by Wisconsin Republicans would lower the age to carry a concealed weapon and give dangerous individuals greater access to firearms. In response, Senate Democratic Leader Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) released the following statement:

 

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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