Welcome to my e-update March 31, 2017


1. Red Tape Review

2. Legislation on the floor, in committee, and co-sponsored

3. Constituent meetings    

4. Upcoming

Red Tape Review   

As part of the Red Tape Review, the chapters of administrative code related to pharmacy practice were examined to ensure that they are consistent with contemporary pharmacy practice. This bill corrects any administrative rules that were outdated. In support of this initiative, I authored Assembly Bill 182 which:

  1. Repeals the display of pharmacy and pharmacist license requirements. 
  2. Modifies the definition long term care facility. 
  3. Repeals the requirement for an inpatient prescription order to include the address of the prescriber. 
  4. Repeals mandatory minimum equipment requirements. 

I am very happy and excited to author this bill. This is the first of many where I will fight to make sure that government gets out of the way of businesses so they can thrive and flourish in Wisconsin.


 Committees and Legislation 

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The past two months have been busy, but I have been fighting for, and supportive of legislation that will shrink the size and scope of government.

Bills I've voted for:

Assembly Bill 69 which allows patients access to investigational drugs

Senate Bill 3 which ends Project Labor Agreements

Senate Bill 7 which updates the renewal process for firearm licenses

Bills in Committee:

Assembly Bill 96 which allows for local paramedics and other individuals to maintain a supply and administer epinephrine auto-injectors


I am a co-sponsor of Assembly Joint Resolution 21 which is an application to call a Convention of States under Article V. This resolution makes a motion and moves us forward to returning the power and true authority of the Government to the people.  

I am also a co-sponsor of the Heal without Harm initiative.  These two bills end the supply and use of aborted fetal tissue for research, and give the mother the option to donate her child, whether through miscarriage, or stillbirth, to science.

"I firmly believe in this initiative. These two bills that I have supported, the Heal without Harm initiative, reveal that I support a limited government, and that I am a tireless supporter of Pro-Life causes."  

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Over the past month I have met with many constituents and talked about issues important to you.  

I will always fight for my constituents and make sure that they are represented. 

Listen to my radio interview:

St. Vincent De Paul Interview (Skip to 1:35)

State of the City of Muskego with Sen. David Craig, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Mayor Chiaverotti, Paul Decker and Paul Farrow

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Public Hearings:

The Joint Finance Committee will be holding public hearings throughout the state. Six regional locations have been chosen to hold these hearings with the goal of maximizing the level of public input. The public is invited to testify in favor of or against provisions in the Governor's budget recommendations.

A schedule of the public hearings is as follows:

Monday, April 3 (10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
University of Wisconsin – Platteville
Ullsvick Hall
30 South Hickory Street
Platteville, WI 53818

Wednesday, April 5 (10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)
State Fair Park – Exposition Center
8200 West Greenfield Avenue
West Allis, WI 53214

Friday, April 7 (10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Berlin High School (Auditorium)
222 Memorial Drive
Berlin, WI 54923

Tuesday, April 18 (10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)
Spooner high School (Auditorium)
801 County Highway A
Spooner, WI 54801

Wednesday, April 19 (10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Ellsworth High School (Gymnasium)
323 West Hillcrest Street
Ellsworth, WI 54011

Friday, April 21 (10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Marinette High School (Auditorium)
2135 Pierce Avenue
Marinette, WI 54143


Feel free to read the budget and offer any comments to our office. 


If you have any comments regarding the subject of this E-Update, please feel free to contact me and do not hesitate to share with your friends.   

Rep. Wichgers
State Capitol, 121 West
PO Box 8953
Madison, WI 53708

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