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Rep. Tittl Bill Opens Door for Recycling Opportunities in State



In 2017, I authored legislation signed by the Governor which opened the door for the recycling of plastics that formerly were not being recycled. As a result, Wisconsin municipalities could see new jobs headed their way.

Brightmark, a company out of San Francisco, has announced a nationwide search for new plastic recycling sites. They expect to invest $500 million to $1 billion in its next facility.

These facilities can produce new fuels, wax, and other products from currently non-recycled plastics. That means non-recyclable items such coffee cup lids, hotel room keys, and beef jerkey wrappers can be turned into fuel rather than being dumped into our landfills.

I hope Wisconsin is given a close look when companies like Brightmark look for sites to expand. 

Read my full press release here:

Meeting with Aircraft Specialists from Appleton

20191106_103028(resize).jpgYesterday I met with folks from Gulfstream, an aircraft and aerospace company from Savannah, Georgia with a site in Appleton. We talked about my bill, LRB-4650, which creates lein rights for aircraft manufactures and aircraft repairmen.

Celebrating Veterans Day at Lincoln High School

veteransdayb-2.jpgVeterans Day is a time to celebrate and honor those in our communities who have served our country in the past and who are currently serving. The freedoms that we enjoy everyday comes at a cost that our veterans have paid for. 

Tomorrow on Friday, November 7th I will be attending the Veterans Day ceremony at Lincoln High School. This event aims to honor those currently serving, those who have served, or who have paid the ultimate price in protecting our country. 

This event is open to the public.  Doors open at 9:30 am and the event starts at 10:15 am. I hope to see you there.

Legislative Committee Action

20191106_130837(resize).jpgThis week I testified with Sen. LeMahieu in support of our Prize Mailers Bill. You can read more about the bill here.

20191106_132920(resize).jpgThank you to Basil of Manitowoc for making the trip down to Madison to testify!


20191105_101322(resize).jpgEarlier this week, my colleagues and I heard a bill in the sporting heritage committee that would allow hunters to more easily carry their crossbows in a vehicle. Read more about this bill here.

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The 2019-2020 State of Wisconsin Blue Book is now available. It's published biennially by the nonpartisan Legislative Reference Bureau. The Blue Book is a valuable source of information on state government, the legislative process and the history of our state. The featured article in the book is called: A HERO'S WELCOME, How the 1919 Wisconsin Legislature overcame divisions to enact innovative veterans legislation following World War I. If you would like a copy of the Wisconsin Blue Book to be sent to you, please contact my office at You can view the book online at

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