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Manitowoc Students Come to the Capitol to Present Environmental Research

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 Pictured above is Dr. Richard Hein, myself, Nick Geiger, Josh Steckmesser, and Meghan Jackson


Pictured above is my friend State Rep. Shae Sortwell (Two Rivers)



This week, students from University of Wisconsin Green Bay - Manitowoc came to the Capitol to show us the the work they have done in researching the water quality in our local creeks and rivers.  Our local bodies of water play a valuable part in our communities and it is important that we keep them healthy for everybody to enjoy. 

I always appreciate the opportunity to listen to all of the amazing things our young people are doing in our own local areas. I was very impressed with the hard work these students are doing, and I am sure they will do some wonderful things in the future for our state. 




It's Great to See You!

On Thursdsay, folks from the National Association of Social Workers stopped by for a visit. We had the chance to talk about the different ways we can combat suicide in our state. 

If you would like to meet with me either in the 25th district or in Madison, please contact me at 608-266-0315 or


Speaking at the Armenian Genocide Commemoration  

On Tuesday, I had the wonderful opportunity to speak at the Armenian Genocide Commemoration at the Capitol. In my speech, I talked about the need make sure that tragedies like this one never happen again and I brought to light the harm done to other groups in the world, including the persecutions of Christians done in the Middle East today. 




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Representative Paul Tittl


Find out More!

Contact Me:

  • The 2019 Spring Turkey season kicked off this week.  The season runs from April 17th through May 28th.  Hunters are reminded to register their harvested turkey by 5 p.m. the day after recovery.
  • DNR recently announced the rollout of an online tool to help the public track management activities on state lands.  The Annual Property Implementation Plans (APIP) tool allows users to identify forestry and habitat work, as well as infrastructure improvement and the development of recreational opportunities on specific DNR properties.
  • Where is my Tax Refund?


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


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