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In the Spirit of Bipartisanship

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    This week was a monumental one for the Wisconsin State Assembly. We joined together on Tuesday afternoon to pass a bipartisan bill protecting those with pre-existing conditions and later listened to the Governor's agenda during his first State of the State address. As both parties have been reiterating, there are plenty of opportunities to work across the aisle in the currently divided Wisconsin State Government. 

    The first legislative agenda item we addressed this session was Assembly Bill 1, which guarantees people with pre-existing conditions have coverage. Under the bill these individuals cannot be denied a policy, denied necessary treatment, or required to pay higher premiums based on their health status.

    I have met with many of you, and your concerns did not fall on deaf ears. We wanted to keep our promise to the people of Wisconsin by passing this bill. 

    Before passing the bill, we consulted with the Governor and ended up adopting his suggestion to prohibit an annual or lifetime cap on coverage. The bill was passed with bipartisan support by a vote of 76-19. This vote shows we can make quality legislation by working together on issues that matter to Wisconsinites! 

    To hear my floor speech, click this link. I also released a press release and participated in a video on why the legislation is meaningful.

    As previously mentioned, we had another big event this week: Governor Evers' first State of the State address. He outlined a lot of his priorities, such as education and health care, and I would like to congratulate him on a successful speech. To see more of my thoughts click here

    I spoke with Governor Evers afterwards to discuss our mutual priority: mental health care. In the near future I will be sitting down with the Governor to talk about ways to improve mental health in Wisconsin.

    As always, if there is anything I can do to assist you, please contact me. You can share your thoughts, find out additional information on issues, or see where I stand on any legislation. I look forward to hearing from you and, as always, working for you.



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Representative Paul Tittl

*Here is a photo I snuck into at the State of the State reception. I'm (secretly) pictured with Attorney General Kaul, Rep. Schraa, and Rep. Thiesfeldt!


Thanks for Visiting!

    Now that the legislative session is in full swing, many constituents are stopping by to meet with me and advocate for a lot of good causes! Meeting with constituents and bringing their concerns to the Capitol is a big responsibility and the best part of my job.

    Jeff Dewane (bottom left) visited as part of CPA lobby day, and William Polster (top right) stopped by to discuss a past case I assisted him with. Additionally, a large group of constituents from the Wisconsin Credit Union League came by. Credit Unions in our area and across the state go above and beyond to serve their communities. Their advocacy was much appreciated. 

    Last week I joined with other area representatives and senators to meet with President Paul Carlsen and other Lakeshore Technical College representatives. Tech colleges keep our communities thriving and I'm proud to support their initiatives. (picture below)


Don't Forget-Upcoming Listening Sessions!

    If you are free, please join Sen. LeMahieu and I at our joint listening session this Monday, Jan. 28th. We will be at Manitowoc City Hall from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. and at the Valders Community Center from 11 - 11:45 a.m. I hope to see you there!

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Find out More!

Contact Me:


  P.O. Box 8953
  Madison, WI 53708-8953
  Phone: 1-888-529-0025


National and State News Community Events


  • Do you want to serve as Wisconsin's next agriculture ambassador? If you do, DATCP is searching for the next Alice in Dairyland! Apply by Feb. 4th.
  • The DNR is encouraging 4th-6th grade students to participate in the Wildlife Wild poster contest. Submit posters through Feb. 22nd.
  • If you have a passion for wildlife and would like to improve deer habitat, please enroll in Wisconsin's Deer Management Assistance Program by March 1st!
  • Calling all entrepreneurs! Submit your ideas for the Wisconsin Governor's Business Plan Contest by Jan. 31st at 5 p.m. Learn more here.
  • To improve water quality in the state, the DNR is looking for your input! Click this link to find out how you can help.


  • Steampunk Art by Joan Emmett will be on exhibit from Jan. 27-Feb 17 at the Rahr-West Art Museum.
  • The Ledgeview Nature Center is hosting a Sun Catcher Worship Saturday, Jan. 26th at 1 p.m.
  • There is a Used Book Sale scheduled in Manitowoc for Jan. 26th from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • The Viking Bow & Gun Club is having a Demo Days, Chili Lunch, and Brat Fry event on Jan. 26th from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Camp TaPaWingo starts tomorrow evening and runs through Sunday morning! To find out more contact Kevin Palmer at 920-683-4172.
  • Find out about more things going on in your community by visiting the Chilton Chamber and Manitowoc Chamber websites!

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