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Into the New Year

I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I had a lot to be thankful for this year: family, friends, and the continued opportunity to represent such a great community; I hope 2020 is just as exciting.

It’s been pretty busy down in Madison these past few weeks. I’ve been working with members on the Speaker’s Task Force on Adoption to help streamline the process in Wisconsin. I focused on helping members find compromises to our various proposals in order to get true bipartisan support. We met with stakeholders from all sides of the issues and listened to their suggestions. By working together, we actually made the bills better than they would have been if we had worked alone. Instead of getting caught up in the partisan political games we see far too often, we prioritized and focused on what we thought would make the greatest differences in the lives of children – that’s the true beauty of bipartisanship.

In 2020, I will continue to bring a sense of bipartisanship to the issues our community cares about: affordable health care, quality schools, clean water, transportation infrastructure, financial security, conserving our natural resources, and ensuring our rural areas have the resources to succeed. At the end of the day, these issues determine our economic success and need to be addressed in a way that works for everyone.

What Else is Happening?

Visit to Eagle Bluff Elementary

Eagle Bluff Elementary School toured their State Capitol a few weeks ago. I recently visited their school – it was great to hear about their favorite part of the tour along with what they’ve learned so far about state government.

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Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting

The official lighting of the Capitol Christmas Tree is always a great event. From the choir to those who come and share their holiday joy, it’s always a great day to be around.

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Student of the Month

I always am so proud of each and every student when I see their names in the paper. Whether it’s making the honor roll, receiving extra credit, or being selected as a student of the month, I am pleased to send a letter congratulating them for their academic success.

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Until next time, 




Contact Rep. Doyle:

State Capitol
P.O. Box 8952
Madison, WI 53708

Phone: (608) 266-0631
Toll-free: (888) 534-0094
Fax: (608) 282-3694


District/Law Office
1230 Ferry Street
La Crosse, WI 54601

Phone: (608) 785-1886


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