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  • Visit to Gold Cross EMS

  • Great Economic Health

  • Alice in Dairyland Applications Available

  • Blue Book Trivia

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Ron's Recap: January 10, 2020

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I encourage you to check out the latest episode of The Right Angle, Wisconsin Assembly Republican's podcast. The Right Angle features short conversations between Republican lawmakers and issue experts to shed light on policies that can keep Wisconsin moving Forward.

In the latest edition, Representative Novak from the Speaker's Task Force on Water Quality talks about some of the initiatives the task force has been working on to keep Wisconsin's water clean for everyone to enjoy.  

 Visit to Gold Cross EMS

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with paramedics from Gold Cross Ambulance Emergency Medical Services in Menasha. I greatly appreciate the hard work and dedication of the first responders at Gold Cross and throughout the state.
Thank you to the crew at Gold Cross EMS for sharing your experiences with me. I rest easy knowing the residents of the 3rd Assembly District and beyond are in good hands in the event of an emergency. Click here or on the image below to watch a brief video highlighting my visit. 


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Great Economic Health 

Great news! Wisconsin’s total personal income has risen, while the overall tax burden has fallen. According to the article on Madison.com, "the 2019 numbers represent the eighth consecutive year in which Wisconsinites devoted a smaller percentage of their income to state and local taxes than in the year before. The tax burden has decreased each year since 2011, when former Republican Gov. Scott Walker took office." 

Wisconsin is winning! 


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Alice in Dairyland Applications 

Applications for the 73rd Alice in Dairyland are being accepted through 4:30 p.m., Monday, February 3rd. In order to qualify for an initial interview in mid-February, applicants must demonstrate:
• Considerable knowledge of and/or work experience with Wisconsin's agriculture industry
• Three or more years of experience, education or training in communications, marketing, education or public relations
• Public speaking experience
• Experience planning and executing public relations, marketing or media campaigns

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WI Blue Book Trivia

It’s time for the first Wisconsin Blue Book trivia question of 2020! The last #WIBlueBook question I asked was: In what city was the first Wisconsin capitol located? The correct answer is Belmont, Wisconsin, located southwest of Madison, less than 10 miles east-northeast of Platteville, in Lafayette County.  
Today’s two-fold Wisconsin Blue Book trivia question asks: How many justices serve on the Wisconsin Supreme Court? Can you name them?
Don’t know the answers? Contact my office (Rep.Tusler@legis.wisconsin.gov) to get your FREE Blue Book and find out the answers!