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  • Wages Up; Unemployment Down

  • Standing Up for Fox Valley Workers

  • 2020 State Park Sticker Available

  • Blue Book Trivia

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Ron's Recap: December 13, 2019

This week, I had the privilege to honor Brillion's Police Chief, Jo Ann Mignon, with a WI Assembly Citation for her years of service in law enforcement and to the Brillion community. On behalf of a grateful community, I would like to thank Chief Mignon for her 26 years of service to the Brillion community and wish her many years of continued success in her future!


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 Wages Up; Unemployment Down

Last week's jobs report brought great news! The nationwide unemployment rate dropped to 3.5% in November, matching a half-century low. Additionally, wages rose a solid 3.1% in November compared with a year earlier. Our economy is strong!


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  Standing Up For Fox Valley Workers

This week, I joined many of my legislative colleagues in northern Wisconsin in signing a letter urging the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development not to close two unemployment insurance hearing offices located in Appleton and Eau Claire. 
Currently, only four unemployment insurance offices exist in Wisconsin. If the offices in Appleton and Eau Claire close, residents in the vast majority of the state would have to travel to either Madison or Milwaukee to appeal an unemployment compensation decision. To find out more information, read the letter here:

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2020 State Park Stickers Available

Don't know what gift to get for a friend or loved one this holiday season? How about gifting an outdoor enthusiast access to some of the most scenic areas in Wisconsin with a 2020 Wisconsin state park admission sticker or state trail pass? The 2020 stickers and state trails passes are on sale now at state park facilities and Department of Natural Resources service centers statewide! Click here to find out how to get one! 


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Blue Book Trivia

Happy Friday! Last week’s trivia question was:

Who is the longest serving Governor of Wisconsin? How many years did he serve as Governor?

The correct answer is Governor Tommy Thompson, who served a total of 14 years (1987-2001).

This week’s trivia question is: Wisconsin was the first state to ratify which amendment to the United States Constitution?

Don’t know the answers? Contact my office (Rep.Tusler@legis.wisconsin.gov) to get your FREE Blue Book and find out the answers!