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  • Calumet County to Receive Second Judge

  • Assembly Bi-Partisanship

  • Corona Virus Update

  • Notes from the DNR

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Ron's Recap: March 13, 2020

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With the second highest population growth in Wisconsin, Calumet County has desperately needed of a second judge for years. Other counties across Wisconsin with smaller populations already have numerous circuit court branches, but until today, Calumet County only had one.

After decades of waiting, Calumet County was finally granted a second judge! This has been my top priority this session, and I am excited to see the benefits a second judge will have on Calumet County!

This week's announcement will align Calumet County with other counties throughout Wisconsin and help ease caseload backlogs in Calumet County.

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 Calumet County To Get Second Judge

I am so proud of our Calumet County delegation! They have worked tirelessly for decades to get Calumet County a second judge, and this week, it became a reality. I would like to thank the Calumet County Board of Supervisors for previously voting in favor of a resolution requesting an additional circuit court branch in Calumet County. I would also like to thank Judge Froehlich, DA Haberman, and all everyone who helped advocate for the additional judge. Together, we finally did it!

 

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Most Bills Passed in the Assembly Are Bi-Partisan 

A recent memo from Wisconsin's Legislative Reference Bureau showed that 94.1% of bills we passed this session received bipartisan support. I am proud to say that all seven of my bills signed into law this session received bi-partisan support!

 

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Coronavirus Update 

This week, the Governor declared  a public health emergency. During this time of uncertainty and confusion, it is paramount that everyone remain calm and follow the guidance of our public health officials. Please click here or on the image below to find out what you can do stay safe and mitigate the risk of contracting the virus. 

 

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Notes from the DNR

  • Bonus spring turkey harvest authorization go on sale March 16th for each of the seven spring turkey hunting zones.  Hunters are encouraged to check the DNR’s turkey zone map and bonus harvest authorization availability to see if harvest authorizations are available for the time period and zone in which they want to hunt.

 

  • The Department of Natural Resources invites hunters, farmers, foresters and any one interested in deer management in Wisconsin to attend the upcoming County Deer Advisory Council meetings to be held across the state March 30th through April 6th.  Every county in Wisconsin has a County Deer Advisory Council, which provides an opportunity for local input into local deer management.  These meetings are important for shaping the 2020 deer hunting seasons and annual antlerless harvest quotas.  A schedule of each county’s meeting can be found here