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It's Your Money


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      When the government collects too much in taxes, a surplus is generated. Republicans in the Legislature want to more closely align our taxation with our expenditures, which is why we proposed and passed the Middle Class Tax Cut bill in both the Assembly and the Senate this week. The tax cut is in addition to the more than $8 billion in tax reductions enacted since 2011.

      You work hard for your money, and I want to be a responsible steward of your tax dollars while I represent you in Madison. That is why I voted in favor of the bill and hope it will be signed into law soon. The best part of the deal is we are not only giving back money we don't need, but we are also protecting Wisconsin agriculture and manufacturing. To see my statement on the bill passing the Assembly, click here.

      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


25th Assembly District Grant Recipients 

    As a result of 2017 Wisconsin Act 261, 48 counties will benefit from drug trafficking response grants administered by the Department of Justice. Recipients include the Calumet County's Sheriff's Office (receiving $25,794), and the Manitowoc County Metro Drug Unit, which includes the Manitowoc County Sheriff's Office and the Manitowoc Police Department (receiving $50,000). 

    The legislation provides $1 million for distribution across the state so law enforcement agencies can investigate and respond to drug trafficking in their community. I am excited to see all the good that will come from these grants across the 25th Assembly District! To view the full press release, click here.

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Make-Up Listening Sessions

    The listening sessions from January 28th have been officially re-scheduled for February 18th. Sen. LeMahieu and I will both be in attendance. See below for more details:


Valders Listening Session

2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Valders Community Center

420 N Liberty Street


Manitowoc Listening Session

3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Manitowoc City Hall-City Council Chambers

900 Quay Street


    I hope the weather cooperates this time, so we can hear from you! To learn more about area listening sessions, click here. Feel free to email me your questions at if you cannot attend.

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Contact Me:


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


National and State News Community Events
  • This week is National Salute to Veteran Patients Week. To commemorate the week you could increase awareness of Wisconsin VA centers, encourage citizens to visit hospitalized veterans and even volunteer!
  • This week the legislature recognized the month of February for many special reasons. February is considered Black History Month, American Heart Month, Career Technical Education Month, and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. We have a lot to remember and celebrate!
  • Calling all seniors: if you need help with your taxes, don't forget there are local resources for you. Reach out to the Manitowoc and Calumet ADRC's and to the Department of Revenue (608-266-8641) to make this tax season pain free!
  • 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.
  • Applications are now available for Manitowoc County and Calumet County Fairest of the Fair! They are due by March 1st and March 15th respectively.
  • There will be a public meeting to discuss the potential development of a Calumet County Veterans Council on Feb. 18th at 6:30 p.m. in Chilton. 
  • Come out to the Ledge View Nature Center on Feb. 16th for a variety of activities! Create a dragonfly glass mosaic, attend an evening showshoe hike, and feed some critters!
  • Chilton High School staff are holding an informational meeting on standards-based learning on Feb. 19th at 5 p.m.
  • Premier Financial Credit Union is offering a scholarship program. Applications are due March 1st. 
  • Tonight the Maritime Museum is hosting "After Hours: World War II Love Stories" from 6-8 p.m.
  • The Midwest Manure Summit is slated for Feb. 27th at Lambeau Field!
  • Find out about more things going on in your community by visiting the Chilton Chamber and Manitowoc Chamber websites!

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