Legislative Update

March 15, 2017

Here's What I 'm  Working On For You!

Thank you for allowing me to serve you in Madison. I look forward to spending this session addressing the challenges facing your family and our state. You sent me to Madison to deliver results. It is my solemn and continuing promise to make good on that commitment. To accomplish this goal, please let me know your thoughts on issues important to you. I am your voice in the Capitol, and look forward to assisting on state issues on your behalf. I can be reached by phone, e-mail, office hours or by attending one of my upcoming listening sessions. Thank you again for allowing me to serve you, and I hope to hear from you soon!


Compassion in Policy:

AB49-CBD Oil Bill  and AB69-Right to Try


To read the full text of these two bills  click here:

AB49-CBD Oil Bill and AB69-Right to Try



Green Bay Area Public School District Superintendent's  Parent Advisory Committee


This week, I participated in the Green Bay School Districtís Parent Advisory Committee meeting. It was a great opportunity to hear directly from parents on the issues important to them and their children as it relates to public education. I look forward to taking their thoughts with me to Madison as I review and discus the stateís budget with my legislative colleagues.


Urban Revitalization Committee Hearing

As a member of the Assembly Committee on Urban Revitalization I am happy to announce that the first public hearing of this legislative session will be held in Green Bay. The mission of this committee is to find and develop solutions to the unique problems that urban areas encounter. The first half of the public hearing will be with invited speakers. Members of the general public are encouraged to attend and will have an opportunity to provide input during the second half of the hearing.

March 23
Brown County Central Library
515 Pine St, Green Bay, WI 54301

LRB0799/2  calls on Congress to assemble an Article V Convention of the States for the purpose of creating a federal balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution.

AB125 allows a pharmacist to prescribe a one week extension of life essential drugs in the event of an emergency.

SB90 allows vehicle identification number (VIN) removal if necessary for repairing a vehicle to road -worthy condition.

AB130 allows a municipality to restrict the placement of cell towers within it.

LRB1322 and LRB2426 create a criminal penalty for possessing a credit card skimmer in the state of Wisconsin.


Find the full list of legislation Authored or Co-Authored by Rep. Steffen here!

State Agency News

The Department of Revenue would like to remind Wisconsin college students that they are eligible to E-File their state tax return for free. Find more information here. 

Upcoming Listening Sessions

Please note that the April 14 listening session has been moved to April 21.

April 17
Howard Village Hall
2456 Glendale Avenue

April 21
3:00 pm-5:30pm
Allouez Village Hall
1900 Libal Street

April 22
Corporate Conference Center, Executive Dining Room (Parking located in lot F)
2740 W Mason St.

If you are unable to attend one of my upcoming listening sessions, please contact my office with any questions or comments regarding the 2017-2019 budget. I would like to hear from you!


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Office of Rep. David Steffen-State Capitol-21 North-Post Office Box 8953-Madison, WI 53708-8953

(608)-266-5840-Toll Free (888) 534-0004-Fax (608) 282-3604    Rep.Steffen@legis.wi.gov

Website: http://legis.wisconsin.gov/assembly/04/steffen/