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18 Years Ago...




This week, we mourn the thousands of innocent American lives that were lost on that fateful day 18 years ago. We can never thank enough for what the first responders did to save the victims of this attack. May we also remember the many Americans who answered the call of duty by enlisting as a response to the September 11th attacks. ​

Committee on Consumer Protection votes to keep telemarketers at bay

Today in the Committee on Consumer Protection, we voted in favor of making it more difficult for telemarketers to contact you. 

Catch me this Monday on WOMT and WCUB Radio!


 This Monday, I will be appearing on WCUB at 8:10 AM and WOMT Be My Guest at 9:30 am. Feel free to call in at 920-682-0351 with any questions that you may have! I am looking to forward to hearing from you!


Join me this weekend as for the Walk to End Alzheimer's


Join me this Saturday for the Manitowoc Walk to End Alzheimer's! The opening ceremony will begin at 9 am at the Manitowoc YMCA, where I will be speaking for a few moments before the walk begins. I hope to see you out there!


Joint Finance Committee Approves Increased Funding for Farmer Mental Health



Earlier this month, the Joint Committee on Finance voted to approve additional funding for farmer mental health counseling and services.

This vote provides DATCP with $200,000 for increased farmer mental health access over the next two year. Annually, the Department plans to dedicate $25,000 for counseling vouchers, $50,000 for workshops for farmers, and $25,000 for workshops to train mental health providers on how to address the challenges the farm community faces.

Below is a quote from my good friend Rep. John Nygren, Co-Chair of the Joint Finance Committee. 

"I look forward to continuing to work on addressing the mental health crisis facing our state and eagerly anticipate the recommendations put forward by the Speaker's Task Force on Suicide Prevention." 




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Representative Paul Tittl

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  Madison, WI 53708-8953
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