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Thank you for visiting my web site, which will be updated regularly to include the latest news, information and useful legislative links coming from the state Capitol in Madison.
 

While this web site is full of useful information, feel free to contact my Madison office during regular business hours if you can't find what you are looking for. I am always pleased to hear what is on your mind. Contact me any time when you have a question or comment about a state issue.

Sincerely,

Glenn Grothman
20th Senate District
(800) 662-1227

 

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Make your check out to the State of Wisconsin, and mail to Sen. Grothman, P.O. Box 7882, Madison, WI 53707-7882.

Request a Legislative Citation - To honor people for their contributions to our communities, I am happy to present citations. With your request, provide the following: the honoree's exact name; a contact person, with phone number; the event and event date; information concerning the honoree (activities/community contributions, including community service, volunteer groups and/or public offices).

Send requests to: Senator Grothman, P.O. Box 7882, Madison, WI 53707-7882

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2013 Inauguration
Senator Grothman enjoying a guided tour led by Tourism Secretary Klett
Enjoying a little good humor on the Senate floor
Hearing testimony before the Committee on Judiciary and Labor
Private Plaintiff Attorney Transparency Act signed into law (2013 Act 105)
The Old Car Preservation Act signed into law (2013 Act 103)
Glenn visiting with Phyllis Schlafly
Senator Grothman welcomes Slinger Elementary School to the Capitol