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Testifying for My Farm Equipment Lemon Law Bill 




Yesterday I testified with Senator Jerry Petrowski (Marathon) before the Senate Committee on Transportation, Veterans, and Military Affairs in support of my lemon law bill for implements of husbandry. Under this bill, if a farmer has a repeating defect with their implement of husbandry, they can send it back to the manufacturer for it to be fixed. If it can't be fixed, the manufacturer can send them a check for a full refund.  

​This is a common sense bill that will help struggling Wisconsin farmers. At a time when farmers are experiencing mounting pressure to turn a profit, this bill give them much needed relief. 

Also joining me in testifying was Tom Fries, a farmer and a friend of mine from Newton. Tom has been instrumental in getting this bill to this point in the legislative process. Thank you for your help, Tom!

You can read more about the bill here.


IMG_20200108_140634(resize).jpgThank you again for coming down to testify, Tom. You did great!


More Committee Action this Week


Earlier this week I testified in support of my adoption bill in the Assembly Committee on Family Law. This bill would help adopted children learn the identity of their biological parents. You can read more about AB 579 here



Later that day I also testified of my psychology bill in the Assembly Committee on Health. This bill would update the psychology statute in Wisconsin, which hasn't been updated since 1994.  Read more about AB 487 here



Yesterday in the Assembly Committee on Mental Health, we voted to pass AB 118, a bill that would fund a child psychiatry consultation program. 


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Representative Paul Tittl

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National and State News Community Events
  • Hear an underwater explorer speak at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum this Saturday from 1 pm to 2 pm. More information can be found here.
  • The Rahr-West Art Museum will host a daylong celebration of Hmong culture this Saturday starting at 1 pm. The event will also feature music and food. 
  • Hear top music students perform tonight at 7 pm at the Captiol Civic Center in downtown Manitowoc. Admission is free!

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