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  • Parks Revitalization Act

  • Keeping the 2020 Election Secure

  • Car Seat Safety Bill Introduced

  • Blue Book Trivia

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Ron's Recap: December 6, 2019

Last week, my wetlands mitigation bill (SB 169) was signed into law by Governor Tony Evers as Act 59. This law makes environmental sense for our state and will particularly benefit areas of the state that are most in need of the ecological benefits that wetlands provide.  Read more about Wisconsin’s newest law by clicking here or on the image below. 


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 Parks Revitalization Act in Wisconsin  

Good stewardship of our natural resources is not a Republican or a Democrat issue; it is about doing what is right. It is something that is deep in the spirit of all Wisconsinites. Click here or on the image below to watch a short video about the work I did last session and what I am doing now to improve out state parks.


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  Keeping the 2020 Election Secure

As Chairman of the Assembly Campaigns and Elections Committee, it is my job to examine important legislation regarding our elections. I also want to keep you as informed as possible about what local, state, and federal governments are doing to keep our elections safe and secure.

The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS)
has launched its Trusted Info 2020 Campaign to combat misinformation surrounding elections and highlight trusted sources of information.
As we inch closer to the 2020 primary & general elections, the Wisconsin Elections Commission is your trusted source for election information in Wisconsin. Visit myvote.wi.gov/en-us/ and elections.wi.gov for the most up-to-date and accurate information about WI elections!





Child Car Seat Safety Bill Introduced 

Recently, my bill, AB 622 was formally introduced and referred to the Committee on Transportation. This bill will raise the minimum age requirement for small children to be in a rear facing car seat from one to two years old. Experts agree this simple practice will help our small children remain as safe as possible. 

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Blue Book Trivia

It's Friday, and you know what that means! Trivia!
Who is the longest serving Governor of Wisconsin? How many years did he serve as Governor?
Don’t know the answers? Contact my office (Rep.Tusler@legis.wisconsin.gov) to get your FREE Blue Book and find out the answers!