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  • Ensuring Tax Payer Dollars Do Not Fund Abortions 

  • Small Business Week

  • Teacher Appreciation

  • Rural Health Essay Contest

  • Keep Wildlife Wild

 

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Ron's Recap: May 10, 2019  

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On Wednesday, I attended the Brillion City Center Ribbon cutting. I am impressed with the new facility and know it will serve the City of Brillion well for many years to come!

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 Ensuring Tax Payer Dollars Do Not Fund Abortions

It was an honor to testify Tuesday on Assembly Bill 183/ Senate Bill 187, of which I am a co-author, which takes a major step to fight for the lives of unborn children. The bill requires the Department of Health Services to decertify entities that provide abortion services or is an affiliate of a person that provides abortion services. Taxpayer dollars should be spent on providing healthcare, not paying for abortions. You can read my testimony on the bill by clicking here. 

 

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 Small Business Week

This week, Wisconsin celebrates small businesses. Small businesses are important to Wisconsin’s overall economy and especially to local communities. There are about 1.2 million small business employees in Wisconsin, who make up roughly half of the employees in the state. Supporting small businesses is a great way to keep your money in the community and help your friends and neighbors.

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Teacher Appreciation Day

As a former teacher, I know just how important good education is for our children. Oftentimes, teachers go underappreciated. This week, we celebrated Teacher Appreciation Day. However, we shouldn't stop there. That's why I am working hard to get even more funding for K-12 education than in the last budget. Our children deserve the best and I believe we can accomplish this by treating our teachers well by giving them the tools and resources they need to succeed. Thank you teachers! 

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Harbor Freight Tools for Schools 

Each year, the “Harbor Freight Tools for Schools” program awards cash prizes to skilled trades teachers at public high schools and to their school’s skilled trades program. 

Applications are now open for the 2019 prize, and we need your help spreading the word. If you know a great high school skilled trades teacher, please encourage them to apply through June 17 at hftforschoolsprize.org/.

 

Harbor Freight Tools for Schools is dedicated to the advancement of skilled trades education in America. With a deep respect for the dignity of these fields and for the intelligence and creativity of people who work with their hands, this program was created to foster and shine a light on excellence in skilled trades education in public high schools. Believing that access to quality skilled trades education gives high school students pathways to graduation, opportunity, good jobs, and a workforce our country needs, we aim to stimulate greater understanding, support, and investment by public entities and others in skilled trades education.

 

Keep Wildlife Wild
  • State wildlife officials are reminding everyone to Keep Wildlife Wild – especially during this time of year when many wild animals are born, including white-tailed deer fawns. 
  • The public can find the latest results for a wide variety of wildlife surveys conducted in 2018 on the Department of Natural Resources’ website.  Data includes population surveys and estimates, harvest results and wildlife observation reports.